Armenia, Russia to try for Aliyev statement on peaceful settlement, Armenia
March 4 2011

Armenia, Russia to try to get statement on peaceful settlement of
Karabakh conflict from Aliyev, expert says

March 04, 2011 | 13:48

The Armenian and Russian sides will try to get a statement on peaceful
resolution of the Karabakh conflict from the Azerbaijan President
Ilham Aliyev, Director of Caucasus Institute Alexander Iskandaryan
told a press conference on March 4, commenting on Presidents’ impeding
meeting in Sochi on March 5.

`However, it is unlikely to happen, as I see no reason for Aliyev to
make such a statement,’ he said.

As for the resumption of hostilities, the expert emphasized neither
Armenia nor Nagorno-Karabakh nor Azerbaijan with its belligerence want
to resume a war in the conflict zone.

Referring to the Russian side’s initiative to hold a trilateral
meeting, Iskandaryan stressed Moscow gained approval of the OSCE Minsk
Group Co-Chairs.

As Armenian reported earlier, Armenian president Serzh
Sargsyan will pay a working visit to Sochi on March 5. Within the
framework of his visit, Sargsyan-Aliyev-Medvedev meeting will be on
the initiative of Dmitry Medvedev. Karabakh conflict resolution will
be a focal point during the talks.

From: A. Papazian

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