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Russian, US, French presidents’ statement on Karabakh does not reflect discussed

18:49, 19.06.2012 Region: World News, Armenia, Karabakh, Azerbaijan Theme: Politics, Analytics

YEREVAN. – The statement by the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairing states’ leaders does not reflect the discussed topics, head of the Armenian delegation at the PACE, ruling Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) MP David Harutyunyan told Armenian

He commented on the statement issued by Russian, U.S. and French presidents Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama and Francois Hollande regarding Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement.

“I believe wider discussions were held, this is the reason for lack of more precise comments,” he said adding that the discussions are not targeted at achieving a goal but at solving deeper problems.

In response to a remark that the statement has more evasive wordings addressed to the conflicting parties, Harutyunyan said that those were standard expressions, which were expected.

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