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Monopolization of mediatory mission in Karabakh is unacceptable - expert

16:31, 28.06.2011 Region: Armenia, Karabakh, Azerbaijan, Russia Theme: Politics, Analytics

YEREVAN. - The negotiation process o Karabakh conflict resolution fails results due to Azerbaijan’s insincere position. The Azeri leader is constantly using war-mongering rhetoric in his country and displays quite a different position at the peace talks, political expert Karen Bekaryan told at Yerevan-Moscow space bridge on Tuesday.

The expert stressed that no real breakthrough will be achieved in the peace process without  involvement of Karabakh.

He also stressed the impossibility of monopolization of the mediatory mission in the peace process by one of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairing countries, as it may have dangerous consequences.

“The Armenian side highly appreciates the mediators’ efforts in Karabakh conflict resolution, in particular Russia. However, monopolization of the conflict by any party is unacceptable,” Bekaryan emphasized.

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