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OSCE hopes to settle Karabakh issue this spring2010-01-26 12:54
Göran Lennmarker, OSCE PA special representative on conflicts in Georgia and Nagorno Karabakh hopes that in spring 2010 an agreement on settlement of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will be reached. He made this announcement after the three-side negotiations of Russian, Armenian and Azerbaijanian Presidents in Sochi. Lennmarker also expressed hope the sides were in the end of negotiations. He mentioned that more meeting would be needed for signing agreement - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In June 2008, in the course of OSCE PA session in Astana, Lennmarker spoke about golden opportunity to settle the aforesaid conflict. That time he said that an intermediary solution able to affect positively on relations of the sides, was found.
In September 2008 Lennmarker offered to invite neutral monitors to settle the situation in Caucasus peacefully. He also considered reasonable involving Turkey to settling conflicts in Caucasus. In 2009 he several times announced there was a good opportunity to settle Karabakh problem; and noted that none of the sides could reach 100-per cent implementation of own demands. In may 2009 he noted that process of improving Armenian-Turkish relations and Karabakh conflict settlement favour each other.
Previously Georgia Times reported that the meeting with participation of Dmitry Medvedev [Russia], Ilham Aliyev[Azerbaijan] and Serzh Sargsyan[Armenia] was held yesterday in Sochi. The sides discussed peaceful settlement of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.