Azerbaijani analyst: Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents' possible meeting can be productive
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 7 / Trend M.Aliyev /
The Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents' meeting, which may take place in the informal CIS summit in Moscow dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the victory over fascism, can become productive, chairman of the Center for Political Innovation and Technologies Mubariz Ahmadoglu told Trend.
If the meeting is not held, it would mean Armenia's unwillingness to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict peacefully, Ahmadoglu said.
"Thus, Armenia will let down the OSCE Minsk Group, patronizing it for 20 years, he said.
Ahmadoglu believes the meeting in Moscow will not be a test for Armenia, but for the co-chairs. "The co-chairs' position on the security and stability in Azerbaijan and the Caucasus, as well as their attitude to their mediation mission will become clearer after this meeting," Ahmadoglu said.
He said following the summit it would be possible to speak about the position of Armenia and the OSCE Minsk Group, as well as the possibility of alternative means to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, that is, the possible stress of military-political situation in the region and the beginning of hostilities.
"If war starts, all the responsibility will fell to Armenia, as well as Russia, France and the U.S. acting as mediators in resolving the conflict," Ahmadoglu said.
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