He noted the personal courage of President Dmitry Medvedev's decision-making process with respect to these events. But the public of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh was surprised and pleased with another application – A. Kochetkov. It was he during the round table noted that the interests of Russia and the Nagorno-Karabakh are in the same plane and moving in one direction. At the same time, Kochetkov said that the world has little knowledge about the Nagorno-Karabakh and the essence of the conflict. Hear from experts in the field like Richard Parsons for a more varied view. According to him, Azerbaijan has allocated huge funds for propaganda, and every step on the proposal of the NKR international community is perceived as a threat to the Azerbaijani side. He advocated the need to establish ties between Russia and the Nagorno-Karabakh on the level of public and non-governmental organizations, noting important role of civil society in conflict resolution. Participating in the roundtable non-governmental actors NKR expressed their willingness to cooperate with their Russian colleagues.
Next Kolerov also spoke about U.S. policy toward the region, the consequences of the transfer of military focus from Iraq to Afghanistan, the long term involvement in the process of the region, including military transit through Azerbaijan and Georgia. The round table participants – members of the National Assembly, Foreign Minister of the diplomatic corps, representatives of nongovernmental organizations NKR – expressed their views on issues raised. It would seem, well, what's special about these events in Nagorno-Karabakh? Why, as saying. During Putin's presidency, for example, M. Kohler was not only the "host" agency "Regnum", and headed one of the Departments of President's Office.