OSCE MG CO-CHAIRS JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT PEOPLE IN ARMENIA AND
AZERBAIJAN THINK ABOUT THEIR PROPOSALS

Yerevan, June 30. ArmInfo. What OSCE MG US co-chair Matthew Bryza said
was in no way some sensational information leak. His statement and the
following statement by the three OSCE MG co-chairs were just aimed at
seeing how people in Armenia and Azerbaijan would react, says the
leader of the parliamentary faction of the Republican Party of Armenia
Galust Sahakyan.

However, if the co-chairs really want to know the public opinion in
the conflicting states they should make public all the documents
discussed by the Armenian and Azeri presidents. Bryza's statement says
nothing whether Armenia has accepted the promulgated elements or
not. In Armenia only the president and the FMs actually know the
details of the talks. Concerning the co-chairs' statement that they
are running out of fantasy, Sahakyan says that they will hardly stop
their mediation even if they fail the next round.

Sahakyan says that despite promises of a breakthrough there will be no
serious progress in the peace process this year. He condemns those
local forces who are trying to speculate on the Karabakh problem for
their own purposes.