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Media: Washington ratted Karabakh out to Azerbaijan2010-12-23 12:29
Washington is not going to hamper the Nagorny Karabakh conflict resolution by force. This was stated by the Weekly Arguments publication referring to its own sources.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the agency, the U.S. administration gave Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev a carte blanche for the resolution of the "Karabakh problem". The author of the article remarks that Washington will not hamper the resolution of the issue by force but in this case everything is to be done very quickly, in the same way Croatia once solved the problem with Serbian Kraina and the way Georgia tried to win in the conflict with South Ossetia.
In exchange, the U.S. are demanding from Aliyev the right of using the territory of Azerbaijan as a "platform" to attack Iran: first, for reconnaissance and special operations and then for a large-scale military operation.
However, according to Weekly Arguments, Aliyev is hesitating so far.
He is afraid lest the operation might harm Azerbaijan. It may hit the political environment and may also harm him personally.