Regional Players Won’t Agree With Offer To Withdraw Armenian Forces

REGIONAL PLAYERS WON’T AGREE WITH OFFER TO WITHDRAW ARMENIAN FORCES FROM 2 KARABAKH REGIONS

PanARMENIAN.Net
May 17, 2010 – 19:08 AMT 14:08 GMT

Discussions on withdrawal of Armenian forces from 2 Karabakh-adjacent
regions are nothing new. Yet, to implement the offer, final settlement
of conflict, covering Karbakh status, is necessary, Deputy CEO of
Strategic Culture Foundation Andrei Areshev stated.

In a conversation with PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, Andrei Areshev
commented on Azeri media-spread information as to Turkish Prime
Minister’s advising Azerbaijan to agree to withdrawal of Armenian
forces from Fizuli and Kelbajar.

"I believe the advice will not be considered, as fraught with cardinal
changes in the alignment of forces. Besides, regional players will
not agree with it either," the expert said.

Dwelling on ratification of rapprochement Protocols, Andrei Areshev
noted the ratification to be possible only in case Armenia agrees to
one-sided concessions in Karabakh conflict settlement.

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