THE CONSEQUENCES OF CHANGING ARMENIA’S ORIENTATION
Hayots Ashkhar Daily
Published on July 17, 2008
According to Russian expert MIKHAYIL ALEXANDROV, "The victory of the
radical opposition would mean a change in the foreign geo-political
course, and Armenia would be oriented to the West.
Such change would inevitably result in the loss of Karabakh, and the
military-political alliance with Russia would be dissolved. Although
all this wasn’t seen in the programs of the radical opposition, but L.
Ter-Petrosyan’s model of solving the Karabakh issue comes to confirm
that the ex-President and his closest circles wanted to change the
vector of geo-political orientations."