Azerbaijan in panic over Kosovo independence
February 28, 2008 - 18:41 AMTPanARMENIAN.Net - "Azerbaijan is in a clear panic over what they are afraid might become the Kosovo precedent. They are putting words in people's mouths, forcing public statements by others on Azerbaijan's one-sided and wishful version of the Nagorno Karabakh solution," said Tigran Balayan, Acting Head of the Media Relations Division at the RA Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"Armenia reiterates that each conflict is distinct and that each self-determination movement needs to be allowed to evolve on its own merits," he said.
"The more Azerbaijan tries to insist that Kosovo is not a precedent, the more people will think that there perhaps are obvious parallels with other conflicts," Mr Balayan said, RA MFA press office reported.
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