YEREVAN. – Zhoghovurd newspaper of Armenia writes: The attention of US President Donald Trump—and of the US in general—in the coming weeks will be focused only on the [upcoming presidential] elections.
In an interview with Zhoghovurd daily, such an opinion was expressed by the American analyst, diplomat John Herbst, noting that he would be happier if America were much more active and tried to influence the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh in some way.
It was expected for the latter [Herbs] that a humanitarian ceasefire would be reached in the United States at the level of foreign ministers, and at the same time it was expected that this agreement would not be fulfilled.
"The real question is: Do the two leaders [of Armenia and Azerbaijan] want to stop the [current Karabakh] war? Do they want to return home? And will the ceasefire agreement be fulfilled? It is obvious that Moscow is trying to somehow reaffirm and implement the ceasefire agreement that was reached 10 days ago in the Russian capital.
"But I doubt that the two leaders do not want to go to that meeting so much," he [John Herbst] noted.