BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:20 P.M.) – Russian Minister of Parliament Konstantin Zatulin stated on Monday that no agreement has been reached between Russia and Turkey regarding the disputed Karabakh territory.

“I guess there is no reason for it. We were supporters of the Armenian-Turkish protocols and fully supported the lifting of blockade of Armenia by both sides,” Zatulin told reporters in the Armenian parliament.

Zatulin also stated Russia will not consult with any outside parties, as this issue is between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Armenia and Azerbaijan have been at odds for years over Karabakh, often resulting in violent confrontations that require international intervention.

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Let Armenia have Karabakh in exchange for Turkey having Baku . . .
The Azeris are all Turks, anyway.