“In general, the 55th Munich Security Conference was remembered by a number of specific parties. So, first of all, the participants did not discuss global security issues in the most acute way. "Overall, the 55th Munich Security Conference was remembered by a number of specific parties. First of all, the participants did not discuss global security issues in the most acute way. The conference mainly remembered the mutual accusations. It was felt that they were looking for the culprit in the current tense situation in the world. In this regard, I believe that both the last and the previous conference did not focus on international security and security issues. This was reported by the head of the International Relations and Human Rights Department of the Institute of Law and Human Rights of ANAS, political scientist Elshad Mirbashiroglu. According to the political scientist, the Munich Security Conference is losing the status of an effective platform for discussing security issues: "One of the indicators of this is the meeting of Azerbaijani and Armenian foreign ministers, which failed to meet as expected. However, it would be important to hold this meeting on an important platform, such as the Munich Security Conference. This was particularly important after Armenia's controversial stance and statements that overshadowed the peaceful settlement of the conflict. Because at least the final position of Armenia could have been determined. I believe that the main reason for not holding this meeting was that, first of all, the confrontation between the states of the world is gradually deepening, and mutual accusations and other problems remain unnoticed. Therefore, it shows a contradictory position. At this point, it should be borne in mind that the Normandy quartet has not met. So even the Ukrainian problem for the West is not relevant in the past.