Azerbaijan has actually resorted to new blackmail to promote the idea of a corridor, trying to return the issue of the Lachin corridor to the stage of discussions, MP Tigran Abrahamyan of the NA “I have honor” faction wrote on his Facebook page.
“By the way, the issue of the” Lachin corridor “is defined and regulated by the trilateral statement of November 9, but it does not seem to prompt Azerbaijan.
It should be noted that up to this moment, in order to get a corridor, Azerbaijan had returned the issue of the Goris-Kapan road to the discussion, threatening that in case the corridor was not provided, it would set up checkpoints on that and the Kapan-Front road. As a result, Azerbaijani checkpoints were set up, and the road was closed for Armenia.
And this is in the case that a 5-year memorandum was signed on the operation of that road, ensuring security, and the unimpeded movement of the citizens of the Republic of Armenia.
Despite the fact that a large number of components of the negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan have not been made public, behind-the-scenes processes are underway. Failure to do so could result in dangerous road changes.
Azerbaijan directly threatens to set up checkpoints in the “Lachin corridor”, which is fraught with catastrophic consequences.
“Let me not say what the Armenian government is doing besides bending its head in the negotiations with Azerbaijan, creating a political career for different groups, placing them in different positions, simply throwing criminal cases into the pockets of struggling, principled people,” Abrahamyan wrote.
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