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Richard Morningstar: Renewed effort needed to resolve the Karabakh conflict

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Monday, 28 July 2014 00:14

Richard-Morninqstar-10We need a renewed effort to once and for all resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, said US ambassador to Azerbaijan, Richard Morningstar, at farewell event on July, 24.

"Peace would bring substantial benefits to people across the region and ensure Azerbaijan's prosperity into the future", said the ambassador.

He stated that the United States would continue to work to resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.

"Obviously we and Azerbaijan sometimes look at these issues differently," the ambassador said.

"But as with any partner, continued dialogue is important. We can have disagreements, but we need to keep talking", Morningstar said.

Richard Morningstar expressed regret of any kind of hostilities, casualties and tragedies at the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.

"I know that co-chairs are very concerned about the conflict along the line of contact and that just again goes to show how this terrible conflict must be resolved," ambassador said.

Experts consider the outcome of Turkish presidential elections is predetermined

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Sunday, 27 July 2014 22:15

Experts say the outcome of the August 10 presidential elections in Turkey is predetermined with incumbent Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan expected to win the vote. They are not certain, however, whether Erdogan will win in the first or second round.

Receb Tayyip Erdogan, who has been at the head of the Turkish Government for eleven years, is preparing to rise to a new level in his political career. According to expert of Turkish studies Hakob Chakryan, Erdogan is conducting a rather populist policy, especially in the social field. Therefore, he says, the numerous scandals do not affect the Prime Minister's rating.

Expert of Turkish studies Artak Shakaryan is confident that Erdogan's recent decision not to speak to Obama any more is part of his pre-election tricks. Nevertheless, according to him, Erdogan's antipathy towards Obama is reciprocal.

Shakaryan says the Turkish opposition actually has no arguments to block Erdogan's way to presidency. "Unlike the opposition, Erdogan not only speaks, but also works," he told reporters in Yerevan.

   

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