Germany, Berlin / Тrend corr A. Maharramli, S. Agayeva / A professor of the Nottingham University believes that the European Union (EU) should take a more active part in settlement of Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. "The EU should realize the real threat of the conflicts which are still ongoing in South Caucasus and vouch for security to the conflicting sides," a professor of political sciences of the Nottingham University Stefan Wolf said.
The Monitoring Committee of PACE and the German Institute for International Affairs and Security organized discussions over frozen conflicts (Nagorno-Karabakh, Trans-Dniester, Georgian-Abkhazian, and Georgian-Ossetian) in Berlin on 5 to 6 November. The forum involves both official representatives of the conflicting countries and international experts.
According to Wolf, EU should clarify its goals in the region and take an active part in settlement of the conflicts.
Stefan Wolf urged the EU to expand the authorities of its special representative on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.