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This article was published on 02 June 2018 at 03:13 PM. It has 105 views so far.

According to the former US Ambassador to Azerbaijan Matthew Bryza, for now the new prime minister of Armenia has not much power to bring something new to the process of the Karabakh conflict settlement.

Matthew Bryza
‘Moreover, the Armenian political elite is still thoroughly controlled by Russia. It is not yet possible for Pashinyan to propose a new approach to the resolution of the Karabakh conflict. However, unlike Serzh Sargsyan, who was afraid of some changes in the Karabakh story, Pashinyan is a more courageous and resolute person. The question is whether he will be able to break down the old political system,’ Bryza told Azeri Daily.

At the same time, he does not see the United States to possess an integral, meaningful foreign policy line. Therefore, the South Caucasus and, in particular, the Karabakh issue are uninteresting for Trump. Bush and Obama tried to resolve this conflict, but Trump is not going to give any attention to this problem. But Bryza is sure that without the involvement of the US president, it is impossible to resolve the Karabakh conflict.