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News ID: 151
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 13:17 - 21 February 2013
Following reports on the possibility of peacekeeping forces being dispatched to the Karabakh area, Mohsen Pakaeen, Iran Ambassador to Baku, has deemed the act as harmful.

Kapaeen said "Regional countries can work a way out of Karabakh problems with reasonable procedures. Trans-regional countries and organizations come not with enough motivation to solve the Karabakh issue. Usually in such conflicts the best way out is provided by regional countries.”

The Iranian Ambassador also considered as a far possibility the dispatch of peacekeeping forces to Karabakh regarding current situations, saying that the act would need grounds which do not exist due to disagreements between sides concerned.

Pakaeen also expressed Iran's readiness to contribute to the elimination of the Karabakh issue and said that if grounds are laid we are interested in doing our part in solving the problem.

He also said that Iran's strategy in maintaining relations with the disagreeing sides has provided the country with special chances of entering the peacemaking process as head of the Non-aligned Movement.

"For years great powers have proven unable to solve problems in Palestine, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Also in cases like Syria problem the intervention of foreign countries has worsened situations and contributed to the demise of innocent people.”

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