Leader of One Armenia Party Artur Ghazinyan wrote about the meeting of the Turkish foreign minister with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs on his Facebook page.
He particularly wrote the following:
“I view the meeting of the Turkish foreign minister with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs as a serious failure of Armenian diplomacy.
Turkey and Azerbaijan have never spared efforts and resources to reserve a more active role for Turkey in the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
It seems as though they are succeeding, and this is becoming more dangerous in the context of the upcoming meeting of Putin and Erdogan in Moscow on March 5.
On the background of the situation in northern Syria, Turkey is aspiring to engage Artsakh in the agenda for a solution of the conundrum in the Middle East and expand its involvement in the geopolitical processes in the region.
Prior to this, Erdogan had met with Aliyev in Baku, and the Artsakh issue was also on the bilateral agenda.
In this period, Armenia is advocating YES and NO for the referendum for constitutional amendments…
I want to repeat once again that the current authorities are the most meaningless and most unserious authorities in the history of Armenia.
There will be many difficulties…”