The current situation in the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic should be settled peacefully. In this conflict, which is not being repeated for the first time, it is time to sit down at the negotiating table and come to a common solution that will suit all parties to the conflict. Of course, it will be necessary to make concessions and look for some kind of compromise, but this is much better than an armed conflict.
The situation is somewhat similar to the problem in Donbas. Everyone understands the current situation there. Constant provocations on both sides, and not one-time violations of the ceasefire regimes, the death of people, both military personnel and civilians on both sides of the conflict. As the military conflict escalates, the call of Armenia and Azerbaijan for a ceasefire from the entire world community continues. The United States, along with Russia and France, are co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group on Nagorno-Karabakh. Moscow and Paris also call on the parties to ease the escalation of the conflict and respect the humanitarian truce. In addition to observing the ceasefire by the parties, the experts call for a political solution to the conflict, which is possible only with mutual concessions of the parties. The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has no military solution, and further escalation will only exacerbate the situation, including the possibility of escalating into a broader conflict with more players.
But all the “charms” of this war in the Karabakh conflict can be avoided through peace negotiations. Most countries call on both sides of the conflict to dialogue, Russia is ready to mediate in such negotiations, at least to stop bloodshed, especially in friendly countries. War is one of the worst disasters that can happen, so why doesn’t it end?