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23 February 2018


Int’l organizations abstain from imposing sanctions

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Independence does not simply mean realization of the Azerbaijani people’s craving for statehood, but it is also a great attainment in the area of human rights, said Ali Hasanov, the Azerbaijani president's aide for public and political affairs.

He made the remarks during the hearings held at the Azerbaijani parliament on June 16 on the occasion of 18 June – the Human Rights Day in Azerbaijan.

Hasanov reminded that Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan, invading Nagorno-Karabakh and seven adjacent districts, committing genocide, causing a million people to become refugees and IDPs in blatant violation of human rights.

Regrettably, international organizations still abstain from imposing sanctions on Armenia, the aggressor,” the top official stressed.

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2016.06.16 / 15:59
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