The Kazakh site may become the main venue for negotiations between Azerbaijan and Armenia, Kazakh expert Zamir Karazhanov told Report.

“When assessing the Kazakh platform, it is important to note that this country already has experience in conducting such negotiations. In Kazakhstan, there were negotiations between conflicting countries in Syria and separate negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program. We have experience when the country provided mediation services not to conflicting parties, but to those who want to find consensus, compromise and sign an agreement,” he said.

According to Karazhanov, in the case of Azerbaijan and Armenia, Kazakhstan has a good advantage – the country has good relations with both countries, he noted. Therefore, Almaty can continue to be used as a venue, he added.