The Iranian Ambassador to Azerbaijan Mohsen Pakaeen said in an interview with Salam News in answer to the question what approach does Iran propose as a way out of the Karabakh conflict "We recommend that the Minsk Group gets more and more involved in solving the problem.”
"The sides in the conflict have accepted Minsk Group’s mechanism out of the conflict, because both countries have trusted the Minsk Group in which there are most of the UN Security Council members,” he maintained.
Pakaeen continued "The Minsk Group must try to enact the UN resolutions. If UN resolutions about the conflict are enacted the Karabakh conflict will be solved.”
The Iranian ambassador added "Iran is also willing to help resolve the conflict in turn, but currently Azerbaijan and Armenia have accepted the mechanism of the Minsk Group and try to get the issue solved thereby.”
Meanwhile he criticized the Minsk Group’s activities as unsuccessful, emphasizing a solution to the conflict by regional countries.
"There is no extra-regional solution for this conflict, because extra-regional countries do not show much enthusiasm in solving the problem,” Pakaeen exclaimed.