In the first days of the war, I had serious suggestions about what needs to be done to make a breakthrough. Robert Kocharyan
14:02 - 04 October, 2021

In the first days of the war, I had serious suggestions about what needs to be done to make a breakthrough. Robert Kocharyan

In the early days of the war, I had serious suggestions about what should be done to make a breakthrough. Robert Kocharian said this at a press conference․ "It was the third or fourth day of the war, I met with members of the Bureau of ARF Dashnaktsutyun, I said that if this continues, we will lose everything. I had the same conversation with Bako Sahakyan and Arkadiy Ghukasyan, my suggestion was to gather, I have concrete proposals, we need to make a breakthrough in the war. They did everything not to listen. How do I explain this, this doesn't have a normal explanation," Kocharyan said.

Talking about the negotiation format on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, Kocharyan noted that the Minsk Group has never had a mandate to force peace, and all the activities of the platform are based on persuasion, proposals, but never force․ "To think that it is possible to change something significantly within the framework of the Minsk Group, I don't think it is realistic. It is obvious that the role of Russia has increased in the framework of Minsk Group, but it is obvious that Azerbaijan has found itself in completely different positions in the negotiation process. It is also obvious that Azerbaijan and Turkey have increased their influence regionally. It's hard to say what can be achieved, it depends on a number of circumstances and further developments, it's just that there should be an experienced side to the negotiations, you need to believe that something can be changed, and Armenia should enter into this process with all available opportunities and take responsibility."

Now, according to Kocharyan, there are none of these circumstances.


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