Foreign Minister of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan said about the inferiority complex of Ukraine in the air of local TV channel “Shant”. It is reported by RIA Novosti.

“Ukraine if there is inferiority complex in the perception of the essence of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, understanding the most serious threats facing the people of Artsakh (the self-proclaimed Republic under the patronage of Armenia — approx. “Of the”),” said Mnatsakanyan.

The Minister also stated the complex Ukrainian side, “while differentiation and evaluation of conflicts according to their importance, the essence, of history.”

Mnatsakanyan added that Yerevan for two years has been working consistently with Kiev and brings to the attention of the Ukrainian authorities, the position of the Armenian side. According to him, Armenia will continue the dialogue with Ukraine, however, will be considered unacceptable positions that are divorced from reality and based on “such universal approaches.”

July 12, on the border of Armenia and Azerbaijan began fighting. The parties have accused each other of provocation. The next day, Ukraine’s foreign Ministry expressed “deep concern” the developments. Kyiv stressed that “stands for a political settlement based on respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan”. After that the Ukrainian Ambassador was summoned to the foreign Ministry of Armenia.

Between Yerevan and Baku is a longstanding dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh. In 1991, the region predominantly populated by Armenians, declared independence from Azerbaijan, who tried to regain his strength. Three years later the parties with the mediation of Russia signed a Protocol on ceasefire, but hostilities resume.