Russian military expert: It is hard to describe Karabakh negotiations as success

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Read: 131     10:47     06 January 2018    
Even though we achieved progress in terms of negotiation process, there is no considerable progress in the agreement of parties, Russian military expert Vladimir Yevseyev said in an interview with 168.am website.

He made the remarks while commenting on incidents in Karabakh conflict zone and negotiations, Defence.az reported.

“Conflict zone has been stable throughout 2017, although both parties continued losses,” said Yevseyev adding that “It is hard, however, to describe the negotiation process as success”.

In spite of the challenges in negotiation results, the Presidents and then the Ministers managed to meet in Geneva. We can consider it to have been successful. “Even though we achieved progress in terms of negotiation process, there is no considerable progress in the agreement of parties” – said Yevseyev.


Tags: #Karabakh   #conflict   #negotiation  


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Russian military expert: It is hard to describe Karabakh negotiations as success

18_01_06_1515222449.jpg
Read: 132     10:47     06 January 2018    
Even though we achieved progress in terms of negotiation process, there is no considerable progress in the agreement of parties, Russian military expert Vladimir Yevseyev said in an interview with 168.am website.

He made the remarks while commenting on incidents in Karabakh conflict zone and negotiations, Defence.az reported.

“Conflict zone has been stable throughout 2017, although both parties continued losses,” said Yevseyev adding that “It is hard, however, to describe the negotiation process as success”.

In spite of the challenges in negotiation results, the Presidents and then the Ministers managed to meet in Geneva. We can consider it to have been successful. “Even though we achieved progress in terms of negotiation process, there is no considerable progress in the agreement of parties” – said Yevseyev.


Tags: #Karabakh   #conflict   #negotiation