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Greek Embassy comments on MP's visit to Karabakh

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The recent visit of one member of the Greek Parliament to Nagorno-Karabakh does not, in any way, reflect the Greek Government’s official position, which remains unchanged and focused on a peaceful solution, within the framework of the international law, the Greek embassy in Baku on Wedneday.

Greek MP Garyfallia (Liana) Kanelli and Latvian MP Sergejs Potapkins on April 11 visited the Armenian-occupied lands of Azerbaijan and met with the leader of Karabakh separatists Bako Sahakyan.

Parliamentarians in any country around the world are institutionally privileged with acting independently and are not subject to any instruction, according to the embassy's statement.

Relations between Greece and Azerbaijan have reached a very high level, which could not be jeopardized by such actions on either side, the embassy added.

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2016.04.13 / 11:58
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