Expert: Karabakh conflict pushed to background

PanARMENIAN.Net - No significant progress will be observed in Nagorno Karabakh conflict settlement in the nearest future, Research Director of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute said.

According to Svante Cornell, the conflict has been pushed to the background with mediators taking no serious steps towards its resolution.

“Co-chairs have different views. Russia is interested in maintaining its leadership in the Caucasus. As for French and U.S. position regarding the issue, no partiality is observed by their side,” the expert noted dwelling on OSCE MG co-chairs’ stance on the negotiation process.

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