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Saakashvili’s confederative impulse was considered an emotional outburst2010-07-22 18:02
Armenian political scientists think that proposal of the President of Georgia on forming a confederation with Azerbaijan cannot be taken seriously - Regnum.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Aikazun Alvrtsyan, the head of Centre for Studying Problems of West Armenians called this initiative another emotional outburst of the Georgian leader. He added the response of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev was quite reserved, and a conclusion can be made no further discussions will ensue.
Gagik Arutyunayan, the director of 'Noravank' analytical centre also called the proposal a mere PR gesture and noted that with every year the influence of Azerbaijani and Turkish side at Georgia is growing in political, economic, and cultural aspects. In his view, under confederative relations Saakashvili "risks to lose all Georgia, it will just pass to Azerbaijan."