Any Attempt to Disturb Karabakh Conflict Will Trigger Military Crisis

PanARMENIAN.Net - When commenting on statement of Russian Defense Minister Sergey Ivanov that the sending peacekeepers to Nagorno Karabakh is possible in the air of Mayak radio publicist Yegor Kholmogorov noted, "Any promises of international mediation cherish first of all Baku's ears." "If international and not only Russian peacekeepers actually appear in the conflict zone, moreover, if they try to return anything against the will of Armenians, this may result in deconservation of the conflict and turning it into an actual one," the journalists thinks.



"What can cause a serious chain of consequences - Armenia interferes with the clash between Karabakh and Azerbaijan, Turkey collides Armenia, union of Russia and Armenia, NATO treaties will come into effect simultaneously," Kholmogorov. "In general, any attempt to disturb the conflict will trigger a diplomatic and military crisis," the expert is sure.



In his words, it is «one thing» if Russian peacekeepers "correctly build into the situation in the conflict zone". "Another thing" is "if an international contingent loudly arrives to "peacekeep". "The world ahs already seen what this peacekeeping may end up in. And not only in Yugoslavia…" the Russian publicist believes.
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