Turkey’s Involving In Karabakh Peace Process Does Not Meet Russia’s

TURKEY’S INVOLVING IN KARABAKH PEACE PROCESS DOES NOT MEET RUSSIA’S INTERESTS

ArmInfo
2010-05-14 13:21:00

ArmInfo. "Turkey’s involving in the Karabakh peace process does not
meet Russia’s interests," Ruben Safrastyan, Professor, Director of
the Oriental Studies Institute at the National Academy of Science
told media on Friday.

"Hypothetically if Turkey is directly involved in the Karabakh
peace process, it will mean for Russia that its regional rival is
involved in the process. At the given moment Russia is the only
country in the region to participate in settlement of the Karabakh
conflict and Turkey’s joining the process does not meet Moscow’s
interests," Sarfrastyan said. In addition, the expert said that the
OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs have repeatedly come out against Turkey
co-chairmanship.

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