EU: Karabakh resolution possibility to grow after RA presidential election

PanARMENIAN.Net - The possibility to resolve the Nagorno Karabakh conflict will grow after the Armenian presidential election, EU Envoy for South Caucasus Peter Semneby said in Yerevan today.



The talks are going on and all possible efforts are exerted foe resolution of the Karabakh problem, he said.



Mr Semneby voiced hope that the Armenian presidential election will once again draw attention to the Karabakh problem and necessity of its peaceful resolution.



When speaking of Kosovo's decision as a precedent for Karabakh, Mr Semneby said there are more differences than common points between the conflicts.
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