Yet there is not any, even initial agreement between the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict sides, the probability of war is always in existence, said the EU Special Representative for South Caucasus, Peter Semneby, in his interview with PanARMENIAN.Net.
"The situation may be stable, but incidents in the line of contact of the Azerbaijani and Armenian troops take place almost each week. It is very dangerous because they may provoke to military operations. I should mention that the EU has not mandate to observe the incidents and will not have in the near future," he said.
In addition, the EU Special Representative said that the growth of the military budgets of Azerbaijan and Armenia presents concerns.
" Azerbaijan is rapidly developing and feels itself stronger, but it does not mean that it may resolve the conflict through military operations or economic pressures. These hopes of Azerbaijan are increasing. Armenia also develops and naturally raises its military expenses. The situation in the world is always incurs changes and the stability which was in existence 1.2 years ago may change. I think that it needs to re-assess the situation here," Peter Semneby said.