(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 20. The
international community should strongly condemn the latest act of
Armenian aggression against Azerbaijan, Founder & Executive
Director of the Global Strategic Institute for Sustainable
Development (GSISD) Qaiser Nawab told Trend .
“Azerbaijan traveled a long journey of almost 3 decades towards
maintaining peace in the region and finally achieved success in
2020 in second Karabakh war. The trilateral statement was not only
in the larger interest of both Azerbaijan and Armenia but it was in
the larger interest of the global community which is already
struggling to maintain peace and prosperity as well as the
unprecedented global climate crisis by resolving conflicts amongst
countries and communities,” he said.
Nawab reminded that Armenia's aggressive policy resulted in
deaths of thousands of Azerbaijanis and that over a million of
Azerbaijanis lived as IDPs for decades.
“Despite the reaction of some international organizations and
states, in general, the Armenian government is not stepping away
from aggression, and this was the result of the latest provocations
against Azerbaijan,' he said.
Nawab noted that previously and now as well, the Armenian side
grossly violated the universally accepted principles of
international law, the requirements of the Geneva Convention of
1949, which established the rules of war.
He also mentioned that Azerbaijan is doing its best with
de-mining of its liberated lands, which are full of mines, which
have been planted by Armenian troops.
Concluding, Nawab called on the international community to
strongly condemn this new act of aggression launched by Armenia and
give a fair assessment to the provocative actions carried out by
the Armenian side.
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