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Topic - Mukhabbat Saidova
Mukhabbat Saidova, a political scientist at Tajikistan Media Alliance, a union of journalists in Dushanbe, said Russia didn't comment on the conflict between Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, "but we all realize that the sudden concession by Uzbekistan could not be possible without pressure from Moscow."
"Solving the problem mostly depends on the heavyweight countries in the region — on Russia and Kazakhstan, which have political and business interests in both Tajikistan and Uzbekistan," she said.