Moscow Should Remain an Intermediary between Armenia and Azerbaijan - Russian Political Scientists
Russia should remain an intermediary between Armenia and Azerbaijan, continuing efforts to resolve the Karabakh conflict. This is stated in the analytical report of the Center for Strategic Research.
In addition, Russian-Georgian relations will be normalized in the foreseeable future. In their view, Tbilisi is profitable to restore extensive trade and economic relations with Russia, because Georgian products are not in demand in the European market.
Experts also believe that Russia should continue to pursue an active policy to address the Transnistrian problem.
In general, analysts recognize that Russia's foreign policy is in line with its national interests. In their opinion, Moscow must continue to play an active political role in the entire post-Soviet space.