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    April 3, 2016

    Zheleznyak: "Provocation started by a third force"

    April 3rd, 2016 ~



    Moscow, Apr 3, Vice President of the State Duma (low chamber of Russia), Sergei Zheleznyak, denounced today that "a third force" is behind the armed clashes between Azeris and Armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh.

    He described as "provocations" the clashes that have caused already dozens of deaths, and said that those external sectors have interests contrary to Russia's aspirations.

    These are the same warmongering people who fuel conflict in the Middle East, Central Asia and the Caucasus, unhappy with the success achieved by Moscow and its Syrian allies in keeping peace in the Arab country and the struggle against terrorism, stated Zheleznyak on Facebook.

    According to the legislator, those forces are interested in a rapid intensification of the long conflict in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh while neither Azerbaidzhan nor Armenia essentially need a worsening of the clashes now.

    He noted that it all seems that this provocation was started by a third force, and added that information about this presence has now started to be leaked.

    Zheleznyak suggested to pay attention to the fact that at night in the mountains you only need to have a small, well trained group that, aware of the balance of power, stirs up reciprocal fire in "response".

    He added that this is the reason why Russian President Putin and the government structures in Moscow urge Armenia and Azerbaidzhan to cease fire as soon as possible and don't let those forces lead them into their insidious game.

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