Russia's ex-president and Deputy Chairman of the Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev has stressed the impossibility of discussing the status of Karabakh.
"Rather than discuss the unresolved status of Karabakh, it is better to keep it for the future. It is impossible to discuss it now," he said.
"The consideration of the status is currently leading to serious tensions. The parties' positions on this issue also differ sharply. Such discussions are held even in Armenia. I want to remind that Armenia did not recognize the independence of Karabakh. They forget it for some reason, but it is a fact. Therefore, it is better to keep the status for the future," he noted.