Sergey Lavrov , Russia 's Foreign Minister, said today that Russia will not take part in imposing any decisions concerning the status of Kosovo. "Only the both parties may take a decision concerning the status, and nobody can impose any decision on them. Russia , at least, will not be a part of such a scheme," said the Russian Foreign Minister during the press-conference at the end of the meeting with his German counterpart, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Trend reports referring to http://lenta.ru/.
"Our common task is to impel them (the parties of the Kosovo resolution) to reach an agreement. Any decisions wherever they took could not bring to stable peace if there is not such an agreement," said Mr. Lavrov.
The Head of the Russian Foreign Office also said that during his meeting with Mr. Steinmeier, the parties expressed their mutual wish to further resolve conflicts in Caucasus . "We have exchanged, particularly, opinions on the Karabakh peaceful negotiations. This is a very delicate topic, and the role of the three mediators who permanently work together with the conflict parties lies right in helping both Baku and Yerevan to come to agreements that would be widely supported both in Armenia and Azerbaijan," "Interfax" quotes the Russian Minister. According to Mr. Lavrov, "there are possibilities to reach it".
Touching the situation in the Middle East , Mr. Lavrov said that "all the four key players are getting wishes to consider one another's opinion and elaborate such estimations and proposals that are aimed at the joint activity".