U.S. may become Karabakh’s best friend, expert says

U.S. may become Karabakh’s best friend, expert says

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia may become increasingly isolated from Karabakh conflict settlement in case U.S. intensifies its involvement in the process, a Russian political analyst said.

“For Armenia, the most difficult part will be the inability to keep Karabakh’s aspiration for sovereignty within necessary limits. The West will strive to sovereignize Karabakh, while the credits promised will become a strong enough force to make the latter forget about Armenia, Russia or Azerbaijan,” Grigory Trofimchuk told Iаrex.

The expert is confident that the U.S. may become Karabakh’s best friend, with nothing preventing the country from achieving its goal.

“To the U.S., Karabakh is an important tool in countering Turkish-Azeri bloc in the region,” the expert noted.

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