ArmInfo. Russia has not changed its position on the status of Nagorno-Karabakh, like other countries, the belonging of this territory has been determined for a long time by the resolutions of the Security Council, press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov told reporters.
"The belonging of this territory is determined by the relevant resolutions of the Security Council quite long ago. This is all indicated in the resolutions of the Security Council. Russia has not changed anything. Actually, not a single country has changed," said Peskov, answering the question of whether Russia's attitude has changed on the status of Karabakh after the war and the agreement between the leaders of Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation. And President (Vladimir) Putin said that Karabakh itself was not recognized, it was not recognized even by Armenia itself. President Putin spoke about this," the Kremlin spokesman recalled.
He also noted that there is no chief force in Karabakh, but there are two conflicting parties and an agreement between the leaders of Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The Russian side is coordinating its actions with both. "Actually, there is no chief force. There are two conflicting parties - Armenia and Azerbaijan. These are the parties that, together with the Russian side, signed the well-known statement of Putin, Aliyev and Pashinyan. And in pursuance of the provisions of this statement, the Russian military, as well as the Russian humanitarian mission, which consists not only of the military, coordinate their actions with Azerbaijanis and Armenians, "Peskov said, speaking about with whom the Russian peacekeepers are coordinating their actions in Karabakh and who is "in chief" there now.