Moscow won’t pressure Armenia in Karabakh settlement, expert says

Moscow won’t pressure Armenia in Karabakh settlement, expert says

PanARMENIAN.Net - The situation with Karabakh conflict will remain the same as it had been since 1994 unless neither of the sides chooses to use force to prove itself right, a Russian political scientist said.

Adzhar Kurtov sees no forthcoming change in the political dialogue. However, he said, a war is always unpredictable it being hard to calculate which of the sides will take the upper hand.

“Moscow, adhering to its policy line, won’t pressure Yerevan on Karabakh issue. The conflicting sides are the ones responsible for finding a solution to the issue,” the expert said.

“Russia, however is far from being pleased over Baku’s recent actions – here belong Gabala Station, Trans-Caspian Gas Pipeline and others,” he noted.

“However, it would be unfortunate if in solving Karabakh issue, NATO used the same tools it did for Kosovo “settlement”,” quoted the expert as saying.

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