by Tatevik Shahunyan
Probably, Russia will not hurry to 'ratify' the results of the Crimea referendum. Instead, the final stage of that big game will start, Samvel Farmanyan, Armenian MP, Republican Party, Co-Chair of Armenia-EU Parliamentary Cooperation Committee, posted on Facebook.
According to Farmanyan, the sharp rhetoric, mutual offences and threats of sanctions will give place to perception of the necessity of at least short-term mutually admissible political solutions based on the new realities.
"This solution should meet the interests of the two major actors - West and Russia. One of the options may be Ukraine's transformation into a federative state. Such development will not meet Kyev's interests, indeed," Farmanyan writes.