Stepanakert not responsible for document signed in Moscow

PanARMENIAN.Net - The situation in the South Caucasus is developing while the Moscow declaration reflects past realities, an Armenian expert said.

"This declaration will not contribute to resolution of the Karabakh conflict. Unlike the agreement of 1994, Nagorno Karabakh did not put signature to the document. Therefore, Stepanakert is not responsible for the contents of the declaration signed in Moscow," Hrachya Arzumanyan told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter.

"The recent events in the Caucasus strengthened the Armenian people, whose activity to protect national interests should be welcomed," he said.

Touching upon the possibility of Turkey's mediation, he said, "It's impossible because Turkey advocates Azerbaijan's interests."
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