Armenia yet to provide information about 4,000 Azerbaijani citizens, Azerbaijani FM
Armenia has not yet provided information about 4,000 Azerbaijani citizens who went missing during the First Karabakh War. This was stated by Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov during a speech at an event called "Revival of Aghdam" Azernews reports.
The minister noted that mass graves discovered only after the liberation of Azerbaijani lands from the occupation are proof of crimes.
"In parallel, in a dynamically developing world, our political priorities in a rather complex international environment include anticipating and preventing potential risks that could threaten our country, as well as protecting our country and people. This is the most important and promising issue before us," the minister said.
Notably, an event called "Revival of Aghdam" is being held at Aghdam Conference Centre. The event is attended by the leadership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan, heads of diplomatic missions of our country, employees of the special representation of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan in the liberated territories included in the Karabakh economic region (except for Shusha district).
The event started with a demonstration of a video clip on reconstruction works carried out in the territories liberated from occupation.
After the event, the participants will familiarise themselves with the reconstruction works being carried out in Aghdam.
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