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Russian political analyst on possible developments in South Caucasus

By Messenger Staff
Monday, September 26
Russian political analyst Gregory Tropimchuk thinks that the West does not appreciate such a strong figure in the South Caucasus as Turkey. He suggests that in the near future Georgia will further move to the West whereas Armenia and Azerbaijan will be involved in problems which would be more dangerous than the problem of the unresolved Karabakh conflict. The analyst suggests that Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan join Turkey's efforts to avoid possible complications in future. Turkey has touted plans in the past for greater cooperation in the region to ensure Caucasus stability.