World Azerbaijanis demand strict sanctions against Armenia

World Azerbaijanis demand strict sanctions against Armenia
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  • calendar-gray 15 July 2020

At the times when the whole world wages fight against COVID-19 global pandemic, the committing by the Armenian armed forces of the military provocation against our country in Tovuz direction of Azerbaijan-Armenia state border has caused deep anger of members and activists of the Diaspora organizations and the Azerbaijani communities functioning in various countries, the State Committee on Work with Diaspora told APA.

Dozens of Diaspora organizations including the European Azerbaijanis’ Congress, the Turkey–Azerbaijan Friendship Groups’ Federation (TADDEF), Istanbul Turkey Azerbaijan Culture and Mutual Support Group (IS-TAD), Manisa–Azerbaijan Culture and Solidarity Group, Kocaeli Derince Azerbaijan House Group, our compatriots living in Istanbul, Australian Azerbaijanis’ Association (AAA), “Patriot” – Association of Azerbaijani Diaspora Organizations in Egypt, “Motherland” Azerbaijani Women’s Association in Netherlands, Benelux Azerbaijanis Congress (BAK), the member-Diaspora organizations of Netherlands and Belgium Azerbaijanis’ Coordination Council, the Netherlands-Azerbaijan Turkish Culture Group and a number of other organizations have addressed statements to the international community, the international organizations and supreme state agencies of the countries of their residence.

In the disseminated statements, our compatriots brought to notice the bloody incidents taken place in Tovuz, the cases of shooting down of civil population, accused the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs who undertook mediation mission in the process of settlement of Nagorno Garabagh conflict and the authoritative international organizations of keeping silent about the provocations committed by Armenians.

The world Azerbaijanis called on the international community not to keep silent about actions of aggressive Armenia and to raise their rightful voice for applying of strict sanctions. 


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