Daniel Warner doesn't believe Azerbaijani is preparing for war

PanARMENIAN.Net - "I do not believe that Azerbaijani government is preparing for war," director of Graduated Institute of International Studies of Geneva Daniel Warner said.

He said he understands Armenia's concerns over Azerbaijan's large military expenditure and Armenia is obliged to maintain equality in the region. But it is also noticeable that number of Russian troops in Armenia is impressive, today.az reports.

He rejected the view that some super powers benefit from the Nagorno Karabakh conflict. "I do not think any super power is interested in a war in the region. No one is interested in any country's possessing potential strong enough to launch a war. I think all are interested in prosperity, stability and unity in the South Caucasus," Warner said.
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