Elkhan Suleymanov adresses European officials

14.06.2014 | 16:46

1402749934_elxan-suleymanovElkhan Suleymanov Member of Azerbaijani Delegation to PACE   Ms. Anne Brasseur, President oftheParliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, andMembers of the Bureau Mr. WojciechSawicki, Secretary Generalof the Parliamentary Assembly ofthe Council of Europe Mr. Thorbjorn Jagland, Secretary General of the Council of Europe Dear ladies and gentlemen, As a consequence of armed Armenian aggression, 20% of Azerbaijani territories, including Nagorno-Karabakh region and 7 neighboring regions, were occupied and over 1 million Azerbaijanis became internally displaced people due to ethnic cleansing policy by Armenia in these territories.  


Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict: Human Rights Perspective

04.06.2014 | 15:30

1401881347_asifnoor-245x300By Muhammad Asif Noor

Editor-in-Chief, The Diplomatic Insight Magazine, Pakistan

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the Caucasian region has been simmering for decades with continuation of human rights violations by Armenian forces. Most international reports have pointed out the war crimes made by Armenia in the region including violations of the Geneva Conventions by holding hostage and killings of war prisoners. The displacement of people is also posing a threat to the political and strategic environment of the region.


Armenian character in filming activity…

20.05.2014 | 10:09

1400566049_1398155534_qqqGafar Chakhmagli

Philosophy Dr. of the political sciences

Armenians are expecting a new “Ararat” from the originally Turkish film director.

“The best way of delivering the false “Armenian genocide” to the world’s attention is filming activity.” This opinion was sounded is one of the assemblies of the State Commission headed by the Armenian president which was dedicated to the hundredth anniversary of the false “Armenian genocide”.


Lachin – the load of honesty

17.05.2014 | 13:57

1400320589_akif-selimov-4Akif Salimov

The head of the Lachin Region Executive Power,

Karabakh veteran

I remember Lachin as it was. Lachin won’t change even if a thousand years pass. I remember it the same as I saw it in my youth. God willing, we’ll return to Lachin with the very imagination. I was last in Lachin at the end of April in 1992. Although Lachin was occupied in May, we entered there from the north through Kalbajar region and had battles in the area of Lachin.