Azerbaijan Not Satisfied with Copenhagen Meeting

YEREVAN (Armenpress)–The Copenhagen OSCE Ministerial Council failed in advancing in the Karabakh conflict resolution process. This–according to BBC’s Azeri report center.

The intermediary parties–US–France and Russia–did not insist upon the conflict resolution–based on the so-called Lisbon principles–according to which the OSCE member-states’ leaders (except Levon Ter-Petrosyan) had decided the Karabakh conflict to be settled within the frameworks of Azerbaijan’s "territorial integrity."

According to the BBC–the supportable approach shown at the meeting by the Foreign Ministers toward the Karabakh issue was nothing but a result of the latest sensational statemen’s by Ter-Petrosyan.

At the same time–while commenting on the Azeri side’s views on the Copenhagen meeting–the BBC Baku reporter stressed that Azerbaijan is not satisfied with their results. One of the proofs is the fact that the Azeri authorities were abstaining from any commentaries of the meeting’s results over three days after the meeting’s closure.

According to the BBC–peace making process won at the Copenhagen meeting.


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