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A significant strive forward in Munich: the expert

2009-11-23 18:19

In the opinion of political expert Rashad Rzakuliev, during a meeting held in Munich between Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia Ilkham Aliev and Serge Sargsyan a rather significant strive forward has been made as to the settlement of the Karabakh conflict, as reports.


"Aliev's statement that Azerbaijan will take a more severe course to the military-political settlement of the problem should Armenia's position remain unchanged at the meeting has produced a certain effect: today, Armenia is ready for compromises, negotiations and greater constructiveness than it has ever been", - he pointed out.

Rzakuliev believes that Armenia will hardly bring back part of the occupied territories by the end of the year. "However, 2010 will, perhaps, be a decisive year in terms of the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, while the withdrawal of the Armenian troops from a certain part of Azerbaijani territories might become a compromise on the Armenian part", - he underlined.

On November 22, a meeting was held in the residence of the general counselor of France in Munich between President of Azerbaijan Ilkham Aliev and President of Armenia Serge Sargsyan. The leaders discussed the current situation and the prospect of negotiations on settling the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

In the opinion of co-chairmen of the OSCE Minsk group, negotiations on the problem of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict conducted between the heads of Armenia and Azerbaijan were quite constructive.


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