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Break in stability in frontline might be goal-directed - OSCE special envoy

03 March 2005 [09:09] - TODAY.AZ
Andjey Caspzyk, a personal envoy of the OSCE chairman-in-office is concerned on frequent violations of cease-fire regime in the Azerbaijani- Armenian frontline. "it is unaffordable and at any case is directed at raising tension in the region," Caspzyk told Trend.
According to Caspzyk, the violation of the stability in the frontline makes a negative impact on the peace process and might be goal-directed. The same time the OSCE representative does not posses information on the side opening fire. "It is too difficult to define who open fire. Both sides blame each other in it and such a scene distracts the opinion from the real panorama," Caspzyk regretted. At present the OSCE special envoy is involved in developing a report on the state in the front.

A while ago the OSCE Minsk group co-chairs appealed to the OSCE chairman with request to prepare a report pf the special mission on Nagorno-Karabakh.  "My conclusion is ready. I hope the report to yield effective ends," Caspzyk noted. Touching upon the meetings of the OSCE investigation group with the OSCE co-chairs, held in Czech Republic on 28 February, he regarded it as rich. "The fact-finding mission presented its report and the co-chairs stated their opinion on the document," he underscored.  


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