Wualitative changes observed in Russia's foreign policy in South Caucasus
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 20 / Trend /
The ruling New Azerbaijan Party (NAP) stated today that certain qualitative changes have been observed in Russia's foreign policy in the South Caucasus.
"Russia is one of the states possessing the largest interests in the South Caucasus," Deputy Executive Secretary of the New Azerbaijan Party (NAP), MP Mubariz Gurbanli told NAP's website. "Certain qualitative changes can be recorded in Russia's foreign policy. Now
Russia's ruling elite seeks to demonstrate a policy showing that the use of force in the region creates a boomerang effect."
He added that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also said certain shifts will be made at the presidential meeting in Kazan.
"Of course, we look forward to the Kazan meeting, as Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's diplomatic attack brings its benefits. It is no accident that such encouraging statements are made. All these are the result of Azerbaijan's logical policy. The world is now rapidly
changing. Imagine that today, most in Armenia who once were propagandists and organizers of cutting of Karabakh from Azerbaijan and its annexation to Armenia, voice opinions topwards returning the occupied territories," Gurbanli said.
The Azerbaijani, Armenian and Russian presidents will meet in Kazan on June