The Caucasus Institute Director Sees " No Possibilities" For Settlin

THE CAUCASUS INSTITUTE DIRECTOR SEES ” NO POSSIBILITIES” FOR SETTLING THE NAGORNO KARABAKH CONFLICT

Mediamax
Sept 1 2011
Armenia

Yerevan/Mediamax/. The Director of the Caucasus Institute Alexander
Iskandaryan doesn’t see any possibilities for settling the Nagorno
Karabakh conflict if recognition of the NKR independence by Azerbaijan
is meant.

Alexander Iskandaryan stated today that “Azerbaijan doesn’t think
it necessary to recognize Nagorno Karabakh’s independence”, Mediamax
reports. According to the political scientist, the conceptions of the
conflicting sides on the range of compromises greatly differ and the
current Nagorno Karabakh situation may continue for rather a long time.

“The process will continue against the background of strengthening
of Russia’s influence which is the main engine in the Minsk process”,
said Alexander Iskandaryan.

He expressed the opinion that all the three co-chairing countries of
the OSCE Minsk Group adhere to a consolidated position and none of
them will allow Azerbaijan to wage a war.

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