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After April Violence in Karabakh, Armenia’s Distrust in Russia Keeps Growing


Last month’s deadly skirmishes along the line of conflict in Karabakh (April 2–5), the so-called “four-day war,” highlighted the need for a reinvigorated international mediation effort. Immediately afterward, Russia appeared ready to take the initiative. The ceasefire agreement brokered by Moscow, on April 5, followed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev’s and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s visits to Baku and Yerevan, raised expectations about the proposals conveyed by Russia. However, a few days after Lavrov’s visit, Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan said, in an April 24 interview with Bloomberg, that the Russian foreign minister “didn’t bring any new proposals” and that there …read more

Source: The Jamestown Foundation

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