“We realize that this conflict undermines stability in post-Soviet
territory, in the CIS, and in the OSCE. And we, as a country located
close to them, wish that both of the sides to be guided by rational
arguments, and not emotions. They should not disrupt the negotiation
process they’ve been holding in previous years,” the head of the
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry’s information policy department, Oleh
Voloshyn, told journalists in Kyiv on Tuesday, Sept. 4.
According to him, there is excessive tension in relations between
Armenia and Azerbaijan. Voloshyn also said that there are enough
instruments in the international law to find a mutually acceptable
solution provided that the sides want to find it.
The diplomat added that mutual international animosity should not prevail between the two countries.