Baku uses energy sources as extra political tool

PanARMENIAN.Net - Baku has always viewed the energy and communication sources as an extra political tool for gaining maximal political concessions from its economic companions, chairman of Mitq analytical center, historian Eduard Abrahamyan said in an interview with PanARMENIAN.Net

"It specifically refers to the Karabakh issue and Azerbaijan's influence in the region. Nevertheless, many European states eye Azerbaijan as a country which supplies energy sources bypassing Russia and often satisfy its whims despite obvious unwillingness to do so. Presently, Azerbaijan is by all means trying to gain maximal benefits from Nabucco project which will offer a possibility to leave Armenia behind," he said.

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