by Marianna Mkrtchyan
The developments in Ukraine are making the OSCE Minsk Group's efficiency even more dubious, Vice Speaker of the Milli Mejlis (Parliament) of Azerbaijan Nahar Muradova told journalists on Thursday.
Trend quotes her as saying that Azerbaijan has repeatedly said that the efforts of the OSCE MG co-chairs are not effective. "Now our hopes are becoming even lower. Still we hope that the United States and Russia will come to terms on Nagorno-Karabakh settlement, at least, this is what their co-chairs say," Muradova said.
She said that after the events in Ukraine frozen conflicts are again in the spotlight. "So, we would like the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly to discuss this issue at one of its next meetings," Muradova said.