EU President Encouraged By Karabakh Negotiations

VIENNA (ArmRadio)–Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos, whose country holds the 6-month rotating EU presidency, addressed the OSCE Permanent Council Tuesday on his country’s priorities for the European Union.

Moratinos also mentioned the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict in his remarks, praising the OSCE Minsk Group’s efforts to mediate a resolution of the long-standing conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

He said the “frequent meetings” between the presidents of Armenia and Azerbaijan “had created a positive dynamic that should not be wasted.”

“The efforts we are making to strengthen security and stability in Europe are worth nothing if they do not contribute to the resolution of real problems on the ground,” he added.


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  1. Kiazer Souze said:

    America’s attempt to contract out middle eastern diplomacy to Turkey has been a dismal failure. Turkey will never be seen as an honest broker or having repaired the relationship with its neighbors. It has too much blood on its hands and can never wash the stains off (like Macbeth).

    The dog and pony show and drama of Turkish/Isreali relations is just that, a dog and pony show. They love each other. They have Isreal make weapons and sell them to the Turks and their goat brothers, the Azeris.

    All of this was to show Obama is a peacemaker to justify the nobel peace prize. However, the timing was off. The EU doesn’t want another Bush. Turkey has once again betrayed the US. Eventually, the US will also say enough is enough with Turkey. That will come with technology and less dependence on oil. When the need for oil runs out, all of these ruthless middle eastern countries are going to colapse (including Isreal) because there is no longer a need for them. Turkey would like to see a dependence on oil.

    May the deniars and their complicit world bodies and organizations all go to Jahenem and quickly.

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