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Baku, 24 September 2018 – Newtimes.az

Pashinyan's inflamatory rhetoric against Baku is inappropriate, belligerent, inflicts more chaos and political turmoil inside and outside Armenia, the U.S. political analyst, Professor at the University of Marquette (Wisconsin) Peter Tase said to Report.

According to the expert, while Pashinyan's statements are becoming repetitive, the Turkish president is pursuing a close, brotherly cooperation with Azerbaijan.

All of these actions and dynamism within regional diplomacy, European security, must be analyzed independently from one another, including the upcoming meeting of president Ilham Aliyev with the Russian head of state.

The expert also noted that US President Donald Trump has shown a rare, historic commitment towards imposing commercial sanctions on Chinese products; continue with the sanctions against Russia and keep under control Islamic Republic of Iran.

''U. S. sanctions imposed against Russia are shrinking Moscow’s economy and affecting Kremlin's geo strategic influence in the neighboring countries. Russia must act responsibly and convince Armenian government to withdraw its troops from every centimeter of Azerbaijani sovereign territory that is recognized by international laws and institutions''.

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