ArmInfo.There are no real grounds for signing a peace treaty between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Alexei Mukhin, director general of the Center for Political Information, expressed a similar opinion during a round table on the results of the meeting of the leaders of Armenia and Azerbaijan under the auspices of the EU in Chisinau on June 2.
He stressed that the parties are bringing together artificially so that the latter sign this document. "The most interesting thing is that, to some extent, all parties are interested in signing. But the fact remains that the sentiments of the Armenian society are quite depressed, they are really shocked by what happened, and they are very disappointed by the positions of the EU, the USA and especially Russia," Mukhin said.
The expert emphasized that the mistake of the Russian Federation is that the Russian side believed that Armenia had nowhere to escape, delaying the solution of several problems, issues that had to be solved. "No one removes responsibility from the Russian side. But, nevertheless, in the Armenian society, one can state that there are serious demotivational moods," the head of the Center for Political Information added.
Emphasizing the fact that Nagorno-Karabakh is traditionally pro-Russian, Mukhin noted that today there is a rather paradoxical, ironic situation.
"One gets the impression that the Armenian leadership has harmed Karabakh, because it is pro-Russian, saying here you are pro-Russian, be a part of Azerbaijan. This is a very strange political decision by Nikol Pashinyan. But if you look at the goals that he pursues, being as prime minister, in general, everything lines up in a logical chain," he said.
In this regard, the expert drew a parallel with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, who "pulled" Finland into NATO and left. In his opinion, one gets the impression that Marin was appointed to this position for this very reason. "Now Sanna Marin is not clear where, and Finland is part of NATO. I am tormented by vague doubts that the role of Nikol Pashinyan is precisely this," Mukhin said. The head of the Center for Political Information did not rule out that the signing of any document between the parties will not lead to a solution to the problems, perhaps it will delay them for some time, but after a certain time the latter will grow into a series of serious conflicts that will finally split the Armenian society.
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