20 May 2018

Impact of Sargsyan's resignation on Karabakh conflict

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I doubt this will have a major effect on the Karabakh issue.

Thomas de Waal, a British journalist, writer on the Caucasus, author of the book Black Garden: Armenia and Azerbaijan Through Peace and War, told while commenting on the impact of Sargsyan's resignation on the Karabakh conflict.

“There is a consensus in the Armenian political elite which is unlikely to change—no compromise with Azerbaijan, emphasis on security measures to strengthen ceasefire before we talk about political issues with Azerbaijan. I guess there will be some confusion as to who the main negotiator is, as Serzh Sargsyan, of course, knows the issue incredibly well. Maybe it will be healthy to have a wider group of people dealing with the issue and not just the president and foreign minister,” – he told.

2018.04.24 / 21:08
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