After any war, there are always some convulsions, opposite actions; after some X time—depending on the emotionality—they decrease, they strive for zero. I believe it is possible for us to have neighborly relations with our neighbor Azerbaijan. Well-known businessman Khachatur Sukiasyan, a member of the ruling majority “Civil Contract” Faction in the National Assembly (NA) of Armenia, told this to reporters in the NA Monday—and when asked by a reporter: "Do you want to have good relations with neighboring Azerbaijan? It is about the same Azerbaijan that killed three 18-year-old [Armenian military] boys a few days ago.”
According to Sukiasyan, many neighboring countries have quite a large amount in the gross domestic product of one another.
"If we manage to have a high percentage of gross domestic product with our neighbors, they will be good tools to improve relations.
We will not pass that enmity with Azerbaijan on to our children and [next] generations. When there is an exchange of fire, they also have casualties; we need to be civilized. Second, we need to manage all this silently, with restrained nerves.
Of course, there will be cases; but we have what we have. You know what region we live in, you know what neighbors we have, and we need to normalize our relations with our neighbors so that we do not transfer enmity to our [next] generations," said the lawmaker of Armenia’s ruling force.