VLADIMIR KAZIMIROV DOES NOT EXPECT BREAKTHROUGH FROM THE MEETING OF PRESIDENTS OF ARMENIA, RUSSIA AND AZERBAIJAN
Arminfo. A little progress in settlement of Nagornyy Karabakh conflict
may be reached as a result of the meeting of the presidents of Armenia,
Azerbaijan and Russia, expected next week, ex-co-chair of the OSCE
MG Vladimir Kazimirov said at today’s video-bridge Yerevan-Moscow.
‘I will not be surprised if as a result of the meeting of the
presidents in the trilateral format some steps and additional progress
in the Karabakh conflict will be reached. But I keep away from saying
that any breakthrough achievements will be reached as a result of
the meeting’, – he said.
The total of 9 meetings took place between the presidents of Armenia
and Azerbaijan in 2009, 3 of which in the trilateral format with
participation of President of Russia Dmitriy Medvedev.