A number of existing conflicts, including Nagorno-Karabakh, currently pose a threat to the security not only in the South Caucasus, but in the whole European Union, Georgian Premier Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili said on April 20 as he was addressing the 4th South Caucasus Security Forum in Tbilisi.
He said that Georgia is located "on the crossroads of practically every vital interest of the West and East” in the region. He believes this is what makes the country valuable to its neighbors and partners in the context of building security architecture.
Georgian Minister also spoke about the role of his government in implementation of huge regional and international projects.
Head of the Foreign Policy Analysis Department at the Center for Strategic Studies under the President of Azerbaijan Javid Valiyev, who also attended the conference, provided extensive information about conflicts in the South Caucasus, particularly about the Karabakh conflict. He brought to the attention of the audience the position of Baku on this issue.