Russian peacekeepers tried to take women and children out of Nagorno-Karabakh during the last day, but they were not allowed to do so. Russian historian Modest Kolerov told NEWS.am.
He called the negotiations to be held in Yevlakh on Thursday as negotiations for the transfer of power.
Kolerov assumes that the issue of providing a corridor for the evacuation of the population from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia can also become a subject of negotiations. According to him, everyone will leave Karabakh.
"First of all, the absolute majority of the population of Karabakh no longer remembers what the Azerbaijani government is. They cannot live under the conditions of the new government.
Second, Baku's official statements that more than 40,000 Armenians live in Azerbaijan have never been proven. Not once were the living conditions of the Armenian population shown: schools, newspapers, cultural institutions, etc. There's nothing of it left.
All this indicates that there are no conditions for the national survival of Armenians in Azerbaijan," he said.