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Posted inCaucasus, Eastern Europe & Russia, Regions

Russia Favors Policy of Small Steps to Settle Karabakh Conflict

25 March 2002 YEREVAN, 25 March (Mediamax)–Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Victor Kalyuzhniy, who also serves as special representative of the Russian president for Caspian issues, spoke in favor of resuming railway communication between Armenia and Azerbaijan, during a conference devoted to Caspian issues and held in Cambridge, England. “During Moscow’s negotiations with Azerbaijani President Heydar […]