France is again trying to influence the Nagorno Karabakh issue. This article was published by Le Monde journalist Peter Smolyar.

The article particularly mentions: “After 25 years of unsuccessful diplomacy in late September, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict suddenly erupted. After six weeks of clashes between Armenians and Azeris, Yerevan was forced to surrender. A ceasefire was signed on November 9 under the auspices of Russia. The weapons were silenced, but nothing was resolved.

The diplomats resumed their work, restoring the same failed format in Minsk Group.

Paris emphasizes that the trilateral agreement does not contribute to the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. France, which has been condemning Ankara’s violent attacks in various crisis zones for months, can not positively assess the idea, considering other resolutions to control the ceasefire.

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