Armenian political scientist: ‘3+3’ format is only Turkey’s attempt to enter region in field of diplomacy

The “3+3” format won’t be a success and is only Turkey’s attempt to enter the region in the field of diplomacy. This is what political scientist Aleksandr Iskandaryan said during a conversation with Armenian

Iskandaryan explained that a format which includes Georgia, Russia, Iran, Turkey, Armenia and Azerbaijan can’t be a working format.

According to him, it’s logical that we learn about this format from Turkey, which is trying to designate itself as a country that needs to or wants to take part in the solution to regional issues.

“This format is not new at all. It has been talked about for years, if not decades. In any case, it’s impossible, but this doesn’t mean it won’t be talked about constantly. There might be signing of statements and certain agreements, but it won’t be a working format,” he said.

According to the analyst, the issues facing Armenia emerged after Turkey truly entered the region after the second war in Nagorno-Karabakh, that is, it became politically present in Azerbaijan’s security sector.