Turkey and its Western allies want to solve Karabakh problem to the detriment of NKR
Turkey and its Western allies want to solve the Nagorno Karabakh issue to the detriment of Nagorno Karabakhs people, Vladimir Zakharov , deputy director of the Center for Caucasian Studies at Moscow State Institute of International Relations told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter, commenting on the statement by the Ambassador of Turkey to Azerbaijan and the British ambassador to Turkey, that advancement in Armenian-Turkish relations depends on the progress in the Karabakh conflict settlement.
In fact these two processes are linked. However, Western officials and the U.S. State Department have repeatedly stated that the Karabakh problem and normalization of Armenian-Turkish relations are very different processes and they can not be connected. It turns out that the West now resorted to a policy of double standards, the Russian expert said.
He recalled the fact that the Azerbaijani foreign ministry is actively cooperating with both Turkey and the United States and European countries. Baku consider Karabakh as a territory taken from him, and the international community does not want to delve into the essence of documents, which clearly represent the essence of the conflict, Vladimir Zakharov said.
Turkish ambassador to Azerbaijan Hulisi Kilij in an interview to local television station said that along with advances between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the Nagorno Karabakh issue the Turkish-Armenian relations will move forward.