Author: Ramila Dadashova

Terrorists are in power in Armenia

2018-04-13 18:47:32

Armenian government is the state which executes terrorism in a state level. That's why necessary actions need to be taken against this aggressor government following the VII chapter of the UN Charter and decisions and resolutions of the UN for fighting against the international terrorism. R. Kocharyan's and now S. Sarkisyan's being president of Armenia who were involved in killing of thousands of people doesn't make the International Court concern. S. Sarkisyan administration continues massive terrorist acts against Azerbaijanis in Armenia at the state level which did R. Kocharyan – who worked in administrative positions for the fictitious organizations in the occupied lands of Azerbaijan, managed massive repel of more than 1 million Azerbaijani citizens from Khankendi and other settlements by force and murdering of thousands of people, provided Armenian robbers with needs.

The Factors Which Give Ground For The United Nations Security Council To Determine Armenia As An Aggressor State

2017-12-25 16:29:48

Armenia started the next military against Azerbaijan since 1988, occupied the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast (the territory of 4388 km2) and the surrounding districts – Akhdam, Fuzuli, Lachin, Kabajar, Jabrayil, Kubadli, Zangilan. As a result of "ethnic cleaning" policy of Armenia more than 250000 Azerbaijanis became refugees in only 1988-1992 from the present Armenian territory, as a result of occupation of Nagorno-Karabakh and 7 surrounding districts nearly 700000 Azerbaijanis became a force displaced refugee, more than 20000 people were killed, more than 50000 people were wounded or invalid, about 4866 people were taken captive or hostage during 1988-1993. 314 of them were women, 58 of them were children and 255 of them were old people.

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