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Swedish Azerbaijanis Congress calls on OSCE Minsk Group to protest against Armenian president’s aggressive statement

29 July 2011 [13:51] - TODAY.AZ
Swedish Azerbaijanis Congress called on UN, OSCE and international mediators to express strong protest against the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan’s aggressive statements, which instigate the Armenian youth to follow wrong ideas, the State Committee for Diaspora Activity reported. The Swedish Azerbaijanis Congress said Serzh Sargsyan’s statement that “Karabakh was liberated and now young generations have to liberate Agri Dagh” instigates the young people to hate the neighbor countries and is unbecoming to the statesman.

While OSCE Minsk Group tries to develop the talks between Baku and Yerevan for the settlement of Nagorno Karabakh conflict, such statement by the Armenian president proves that Armenian politicians admitted the fact of occupation of the Azerbaijani lands and they try to prevent the OSCE Minsk Group’s peace efforts and violate the international norms and principles on respect for the territorial integrity of other states.

The statement reads that UN Security Council, Council of Europe, European Parliament, the Organization of the Islamic Conference recognized the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan and passed resolutions demanding withdrawal of Armenian troops from Nagorno Karabakh and other seven regions of Azerbaijan.

“We support the position of the governments of Azerbaijan and Turkey that our peoples have to live in peace and the occupation of the territories of neighbor countries has to be ended. We consider that this idea should be educated among the young generations of our peoples. The Swedish Azerbaijanis Congress called on UN, OSCE and international mediators to express strong protest against the Armenian president Serzh Sargsyan’s aggressive statements, which instigate the Armenian youth to follow wrong ideas”.


/APA/
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