Medvedev spoke about the impact of “Turkish factor” on the Karabakh conflict

Turkey’s statements on the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh are worrisome. About that Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview with “Vesti on Saturday”.

“Instead of trying to appeal to calm down, to say: let us return to the negotiation table, let’s start again to discuss, let’s stop shooting [Turkey] were given a certain evaluation. For what? To add fuel to the fire? This, of course, can not but cause concern,” — said the head of the government (quoted by “RIA Novosti”.

According to the Prime Minister, a number of forces carefully analyzes the consequences of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as well as its impact on the middle East and Russia. Medvedev said, in a certain period all conflicts “could be tied to political decisions”.

“Therefore I do not exclude that in this case there are factors that affect this conflict from the outside That you called the Turkish factor. Probably, this Turkish factor is — not least because Turkey has expressed its position”, — concluded the head of government.

After the aggravation of the situation in Karabakh, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke in support of Azerbaijan. “We pray that our Azerbaijani brothers were victorious in these conflicts with minimal losses”, – he said.