Expert says forecasting developments in Caucasus hardly possible

Expert says forecasting developments in Caucasus hardly possible

PanARMENIAN.Net - The issue of Israel’s attacking Iran is quite complicated, according to the headof the Caucasian studies at the Russian Institute of strategic studies.

“Though it is hardly conceivable that a small country can ever strike on Russia, Saakashvili took the step in 2008 and managed to present a defeat as a victory,” Yana Amelina told PanARMENIAN.Net

The Russian expert noted that the social and political madness is so high that the situation requires analysis by doctors with relevant qualifications rather than political scientists.

“Thus, it is hardly possible to forecast whether Israel will launch an offensive on Iran. Time will show,” Yana Amelina said.

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