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Everything could change overnight, however, if the Trump Administration decides to move against Iran.
Axar.az reports that according to the US special adviser on Soviet nationality issues and Baltic affairs to Secretary of State James Baker Paul Goble talked about going into a new direction of Karabakh conflict in 2019, and expected negotiations to a more active phase in the Karabakh conflict:
"I do not see any major movement on the NK dispute in the next few months. The major players do not seem ready: The new Armenian government isn't in a position to strike out in a new position, and Azerbaijan has other fish to fry. Moreover, Baku certainly knows that time is on its side.
Moscow is happy to keep things where they are and won't push unless there is a dramatic change in Yerevan or Baku or both. And Washington isn't focusing on the South Caucasus.
That could change overnight, however, if the Trump Administration decides to move against Iran. In that event, it would want Baku on its side and would push for a settlement. Moscow would oppose but might not be able to prevent at least a partial return of the occupied territories".
2019.01.07 / 14:26