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88% Azeri citizens negatively estimate work of OSCE Minsk Group2012-03-26 14:30
According to survey, 88% Azerbaijani citizens negatively estimate work of OSCE Minsk Group.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the IA Regnum, Centre for Policy Studies "Atlas" (Baku) has conducted a survey among 500 citizens of Azerbaijan related to "the 20th anniversary of the beginning of operation of the OSCE Minsk Group" (OSCE Minsk Group to resolve the Armenian-Azerbaijan (Nagorno-Karabakh) conflict was created March 24, 1992 in Helsinki). According to a REGNUM columnist in Baku, as a result of the survey 88% of respondents have negatively assessed the role of the OSCE Minsk Group in resolving the Nagorno-Karabakh problem for the past 20 years, and only 12% respondents have given a positive response.
Answering the question "Which country of the three co-chairs should be replaced" there were given the following answers: France (55%), Russia (27%), USA (18%). Answering the question "Which country or structure shall join the Minsk Group" the respondents' answers were divided as follows: Turkey (78%), the European Union (12%), Germany (10%). In the survey, Russia's role in resolving the conflict was mentioned twice. 77% respondents have negatively estimated the results of the last three years of negative mediation of Moscow, only 23% have answered affirmatively, the edition reported.
The last survey question was "What ways of resolving the conflict you consider possible?" Responses were divided as follows: Azerbaijan should use force (28%), Armenia must accept the "Advanced Madrid Plan" (18%) and Russia should put pressure on Yerevan (54%).