Expert: All Azerbaijan Can Count For Is Direct Talks With Karabakh

EXPERT: ALL AZERBAIJAN CAN COUNT FOR IS DIRECT TALKS WITH KARABAKH

PanARMENIAN.Net
June 28, 2011

PanARMENIAN.Net – Political analyst Karen Bekaryan commented on recent
Armenia-Russia-Azerbaijan presidential meeting on Karabakh during a
Yerevan-Moscow TV spacebridge.”Signing a document in Kazan would be a
mere imitation of a breakthrough, rather than an actual breakthrough
in Karabakh conflict settlement,” the expert said.

“A breakthrough is impossible with Azeri leader making one statement
inside his country and a different one outside it. No breakthrough
is possible with unnatural logic of the ongoing negotiation process,”
Bekaryan remarked, adding that all Azerbaijan can count for is direct
talks with Karabakh. “Only then a breakthrough would be possible,”
the expert said.

The summit between Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia in Kazan on June
24 completed without an agreement on basic principles of Nagorno
Karabakh conflict settlement. “The countries’ leaders registered mutual
understanding on a range of problems, the resolution of which boosts
creation of conditions for approving main principles. The meeting
participants considered the course of works carried out with the aim
of coordination of the project with basic principles,” according to
the statement. The Presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan expressed
gratitude to the Russian, French and U.S. leaders, the OSCE Minsk
group co-chairs, for ‘their constant attention to Nagorno-Karabakh
problem’ and highly praised personal efforts of the Russian President
in support of agreements.

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