The recent meeting between Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Munich failed to inject new momentum into the negotiation process, leaving both sides mired in familiar rhetoric and non-binding statements on peace. Against the backdrop of ongoing tensions and unresolved disputes, the Munich talks underscored the deep-seated complexities and enduring challenges that continue to define relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia.
In the intricate dance of gas supply to the European Union (EU), both from the West and the East, the question arises: is there a balance or an imbalance on the "scales" of interests? The EU continues to be an alluring market for gas sales, with "blue fuel" remaining the favored energy source in the transition from fossil fuels to climate-friendly alternatives.
The PACE resolution on Azerbaijan became the main event of last week and will be in the spotlight for a long time. However, this unprecedented event has once again become the cause of political clowning, and not the subject of serious analysis.