Nagorno-karabakh conflict

Chairman: Armenians of occupied Nagorno-Karabakh want to live within Azerbaijan

Armenia, having seized foreign lands, could not digest these conquests. Occupied Azerbaijani lands are empty. Karabakh Armenians, tired of poverty, lawlessness and expectations of war, prefer to flee from Karabakh wherever they look, but not at all at the captured lands. It is quite understandable because what is left for them to do when the conflict does not find its solution, but only takes lives...
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Muradova: Armenia neglects international commitments

Armenia neglects commitments undertaken at the international level, Deputy Chairman of the Azerbaijani Parliament, member of the State Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan on Prisoners of War, Hostages and Missing Persons Bahar Muradova said at a meeting dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the State Commission on Nov. 1.
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France does not recognize so-called "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic"

France does not recognize the so-called "Nagorno-Karabakh Republic", the agreements signed by the local executive bodies do not impose any responsibility on the French government for their implementation and these agreements do not have any legal force, the French Ambassador to Azerbaijan Aurelia Bouchez stated on Oct. 29, the French diplomatic mission in Azerbaijan said in a message.
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Russian expert: Unresolved Karabakh conflict creates big risks for investments in Armenia

As long as acting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan does not deal with the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh problem, Armenia’s economy will be in the same state as it is now and there will be no improvement, Russian journalist, military expert, editor-in-chief of the National Defense magazine Igor Korotchenko told Trend at the working session “Disinformation Policy – a Threat to Stability in the Modern World” held within the 6th Baku International Humanitarian Forum on Oct. 26.
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MFA: Pashinyan’s statement undermines Karabakh conflict’s settlement via negotiations within existing format

The statement repeated by the acting prime minister of Armenia Pashinyan that “we are far from the settlement of the problem unless the leadership of Karabakh is involved to the process” undermines the settlement of the conflict via negotiations within the existing format and serves to consolidating status quo and creating tension, Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Leyla Abdullayeva told Trend.
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