Заявления о том, что Россия в рамках урегулирования конфликта в Нагорном Карабахе предлагала отдать Азербайджану семь районов непризнанной республики, обойдя вопрос о ее статусе, неверны. Так российский сопредседатель в Минской группе ОБСЕ, посол по особым поручениям МИД Игорь Попов ответил на статью премьер-министра Армении Никола Пашиняна «Истоки 44-дневной войны».
Статья Пашиняна была опубликована 4 января. В ней говорилось, что в 2015 году Россия подготовила предложения, которые предусматривали возвращение Азербайджану семи районов Нагорно-Карабахской республики, возвращение беженцев и размещение там российских миротворцев. «Пакет предложений никак не касался вопроса статуса Нагорного Карабаха, он его обошел», — написал Пашинян. Премьер утверждает, что армянской стороне эти предложения были представлены в 2016 году.
«Утверждать, что Россия предлагала вернуть семь районов «за просто так», забыть про статус и успокоиться, не соответствует действительности», — заявил Попов, комментируя публикацию. Представитель МИДа предположил, что под российскими предложениями армянский премьер подразумевает план поэтапного урегулирования, последнюю редакцию которого сопредседатели Минской группы ОБСЕ передали сторонам конфликта в июне 2019 года.
Как подчеркнул Попов, этот план действительно предусматривал возвращение Азербайджану на первом этапе пяти районов, а на втором — двух, но в увязке с определением статуса Нагорного Карабаха. Также в основе документа были признание за Карабахом прав, обеспечивающих организацию полноценной жизнедеятельности его населения, участие представителей республики в заседаниях ОБСЕ, снятие блокады, открытие границ и другие пункты.
Попов заявил, что, согласно предложениям, статус Карабаха должен был быть определен при помощи проведения всенародного голосования населения республики под эгидой ООН или ОБСЕ. «При этом формулировки вопроса или вопросов, выносимых на голосование, не будут ничем ограничиваться, а любой результат голосования будет уважаться сторонами», — отметил он. Ни Баку, ни Ереван не отвергали эти предложения, но и не давали полного согласия, сообщил представитель МИДа.
Конфликт Армении и Азербайджана из-за принадлежности Нагорного Карабаха продолжается почти 30 лет. В сентябре 2020 года бои в регионе возобновились: стороны обвинили друг друга в провокациях и ввели военное положение. 10 ноября при посредничестве России было заключено соглашение о прекращении боевых действий, по условиям которого Азербайджану возвращаются территории, потерянные в начале 1990-х годов. Кроме того, из региона должны быть выведены армянские вооруженные силы.
11 января Пашинян, президент Азербайджана Ильхам Алиев и президент России Владимир Путин провели переговоры в Москве. Они обсудили реализацию ноябрьского соглашения, помощь жителям районов, пострадавших в результате военных действий, и разблокирование и развитие торгово-экономических и транспортных связей Карабаха.
По словам Путина, вооруженный конфликт в Нагорном Карабахе мог бы завершиться в октябре, однако армянская сторона тогда отказалась принять предложение о прекращении огня. Российский президент рассказал, что ему удалось убедить Алиева в необходимости прекратить бои, однако обязательным условием со стороны Баку было возвращение беженцев, в том числе в город Шуши (Шуша). Однако Армения назвала это условие неприемлемым. Пашинян «прямо сказал, что видит в этом угрозу для интересов Армении и Карабаха», сказал Путин.
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Awkwafina insists fame 'is not a cure for depression.'
The 32-year-old Crazy Rich Asians star has battled with her mental health in the past but confessed she was hesitant when she shot to fame and insists she still feels 'impostor syndrome,' she told the February issue of Harper's Bazaar.
'Maybe it does go back to depression. It comes in different forms your whole life,' said the comedienne who was one of the best things about the hit film Ocean's 8.
The New York native also said, 'I was scared about what this meant, "Was this the pinnacle of all those years of waiting? And why do I feel like I don't want it? I don't want this to be the summer that that's it."'
She then added that 'fame is not a cure for depression. It's just not.'
And the funny girl shared: 'It's not necessarily the cause of it, but it's also not the cure of it.
'I always feel impostor syndrome because there are so many talented people out there. But I'm not going to today because I worked really f****** hard.'
The 32-year-old actress - whose real name is Nora Lum - created her persona Awkwafina when she found fame and admits she doesn't think she could have been so successful without it.
She added to Harper's Bazaar: 'Awkwafina is still someone that comes without all of the layers of anxiety.
'She is more confident than Nora. Nora does hide behind her still. I don't see how Nora exists in Awkwafina's world yet. I don't see how I could have done this without Awkwafina, which is weird.'
Meanwhile, Awkwafina previously revealed she no plans to drop her stage name.
She said: 'I don't see it right now. That's not to say that it's not a possibility.
'I created Awkwafina when I was a kid. What she represents to me is more than a persona - in the very beginning, I did see her as the confident one, the side that comes out that gives Nora the panic attacks.
'But as I've grown older I've come to really be grateful for that name and what I've seen it written on. To see her name on a chair back or on a call sheet, that means a lot to me. I don't think that I could shed her right now.'
Katie Price was pictured for the first time since announcing she has made the 'heartbreaking' decision to put her son Harvey into full-time care.
The mother of five, 42, was seen taking two of her dogs to the groomers in Essex with her boyfriend Carl Woods, 31, following the news about her eldest son.
Former glamour model Katie, who has cared for Harvey since birth, covered her face with a mask on the outing and wore a Gucci tracksuit and red fur gilet.
Katie, who was carrying her French bulldog puppy Precious in her arms, wore her blonde extensions loose and opted for a full face of make-up.
She was joined by Carl who also opted for a laidback look, as he wore a cream hooded jacket and a pair of slim-fitting black tracksuit bottoms.
Carl had another of their dogs, Sid, in his arms for the appointment.
Pictures from inside the session show the two dogs boasting new cuts and bandanas after being groomed at the Waggy Tails salon.
The television personality has said she will send her eldest child, 18, who suffers from a number of health conditions, to a residential college where he can lead a more independent life and learn new skills.
Harvey will live in the facility until he's 25 and Katie believes the move is vital for his well-being because she can no longer restrain the at 6ft2in and 29 stone teen if he has a mood swing - and fears he could be sectioned if she doesn't act now.
Harvey, whose father is retied footballer Dwight Yorke, 49, was born with septo-optic dysplasia - a condition that means the development of his optic nerve was unpredictable.
The teenager is also on the autistic spectrum, is partially blind, gains weight easily because he suffers from Prader–Willi syndrome, and finds mobility difficult.
Katie told The Sun: 'It's so upsetting to think I won't see him every day but this is the best thing for Harvey and we have to think positively because I don't want him to think I'm just getting rid of him.'
She said Harvey's new chapter will bring him the opportunity to have as much as an independent life as he can and learn new skills.
Katie has spent six months visiting colleges for children with autism and learning disabilities in order to find the best place for Harvey, and is hoping he'll be able to start at their top choice later this year.
But the mother-of-five is finding it hard to 'let go' as she has an 'incredible bond' with her eldest son.
'I need to learn to let go but it's tough - anyone in my position knows how hard it is. We have an incredible bond. I don't know how Harvey will react or how he'll feel when I can't get to him. It's too painful to think about,' she said.
Katie is also mother to son Junior, 15, and daughter Princess, 13, with her ex-husband Peter Andre, 47, and son Jett, seven, and daughter Bunny, six, with former spouse Kieran Hayler, 33.
The My Crazy Life star added: 'When he's three hours away it will break my heart because I won't be able to get there as I've got to juggle him with my other kids.'
Harvey's autism means he can have violent outbursts, such as head butting walls and smashing iPads, if he hears loud noises or slamming doors.
And Katie said she made the decision to place Harvey in full-time care for fear of him being sectioned under the Mental Health Act if he lashed out in public and was deemed a risk to society.
The star added Harvey's weight means she can no longer calm him down on her own.
Katie explained Harvey is excited about the prospect of going into full-time care, after previously going to a residential college five days a week.
Katie added her four other children will miss Harvey when he is not around at weekends.
The teenager is supposed to start at his residential college in September, but Katie isn't sure if he will amid the ongoing global health crisis.
Katie said the main focus is to bring Harvey's weight down, saying she needs 'to get him the help he deserves because he will die if he doesn't exercise'.
The television star added Harvey's breathing has got worse in recent months, but says he will be able to go swimming and work out with trained specialists at the college.
In June, Harvey was rushed to intensive care after having trouble breathing. He experienced extreme chest-pains and a soaring temperature and was thought to be at risk of organ failure.
Katie recalled seeing eight doctors crowding around him in the resuscitation room and said she was 'terrified' by the horrific ordeal. He was discharged after 10 days.
Katie made the decision to put Harvey in part-time care in April 2019.
The mother-of-five candidly admitted on her show that she 'had no option' but to send Harvey, who was 16 at the time, to the care centre, as she admitted it's 'selfish' of her to keep him at home.
The former glamour model admitted: 'I don't want him to go, but the doctors and my mum say it is the best thing for him.'
The star then explained to the camera: 'What they can offer Harvey that I can't, is daily exercise, a food plan, he can't go into the cupboards and eat. He'll socialise with his friends, it's more freedom for him.'
But Harvey had to move back home in March last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the last six months, the teenager's behaviour has got progressively worse.
She told The Sun in November: 'He'll smash things up if you say no. I’ve had to re-plaster my walls because he’ll bash holes in them with his head.
'He knows what nice things taste of. I’ll give him sweet potato chips instead of real fries but he knows the difference.'
She continued: 'It's not what he eats in the day, it’s what he eats when I don’t see him. I’ve tried hiding food but he’ll find it.'
Katie went on to say that anyone in the house daren't leave leftover food lying around as Harvey is 'really quick' and will be sure to eat it.
Continuing to outline her struggle with Harvey's insatiable appetite, Katie previously explained to the publication how she's taken drastic steps to try and reduce his eating and has even started to padlock the fridge.
Katie also said that Harvey, who now wears 7XL clothes, doesn't understand why she wants him to lose weight.
The worried mum explained how he gets breathless and sweaty just walking up the stairs and that she agonises over his increasing weight, because now the weight is on, the 'damage' has already been done.
It comes as Katie emotionally declared her son Harvey is 'not a thing to poke fun at' as she said being a mum to a disabled son is a 'badge of honour' on Instagram on Thursday.
She has previously said that one of the hardest parts about Harvey's condition has been having others blame her for her son's disability, which she has explained was a 'one-in-a-million chance'.
She has said: 'It's no one's fault... That's why it's still so upsetting when people say it's my fault. It's not.
'I did go out. I was single, I was going out. But they'd get pictures of me coming out of the club looking drunk even though I was driving.
'I had lots of speculation with his problems, and I was blamed for my partying. I wasn't drinking at all.'
In 2019, Katie expressed her worries over Harvey saying she hopes she outlives him, because he wouldn't be able to cope without her.
Speaking candidly about her relationship with her son, , the former glamour model, said that she worries how Harvey would take care of himself.
Katie told The Sun that she worries how Harvey would cope on his own due to his complex medical needs.
She said: 'I know it's horrible to say, but I wish he'd go before me because he wouldn't cope without me.
'He'd be so heartbroken and wouldn't understand where I'd gone.'
Back in 2013, Katie told The Guardian that she would never put her son in care and called residential homes 'evil'.
She said: 'He'll always live at home. He's not leaving me. There are a lot of evil people out there'.
She also said she doesn't want her other children to end up taking care of Harvey when they are older because she thinks it's her job.
But Katie has understandably had a change of heart about care homes after learning what would be best for her son.
And no doubt she has already seen him thriving being in residential care five days a week.
Promoting her new BBC documentary Katie Price: Harvey and Me on BBC One, Katie wrote: 'I wanted to share what really goes on behind closed doors.
'Harvey isn't a thing to poke fun at, he's my son, he overcomes mountains and obstacles everyday that other people take for granted. Being a single parent of a disabled child is a badge of honour for me!'
The documentary will air later this month on Monday January 25 on BBC One.