The minister called delimitation a “time-consuming process”.
Minister: “I wouldn’t say that there is a big progress, but there are messages and ideas around the discussions”, adding:
“This is not one-sided. Armenia there are still those who voice revanchist opinions, but there are also different opinions. Everyone should understand that there is no other alternative for sustainable peace and development. We hope that Armenia political leadership, important figures will understand the realities.
Jeyhun Bayramov emphasized that it is important to observe the principles of international law.
He called the formation of commissions related to border determination a complex process:
According to Bayramov, Azerbaijan the army stands on its borders and it is a duty to protect the borders: “This process should be carried out by examining historical and legal documents through negotiations with the participation of experts.”
The minister called the delimitation a “time-consuming process”:
“This process has started at any time and it cannot be completed in a short time. Azerbaijan and Armenia considering the relationship between them, it will not be a simple process, there will be sensitive points. However, we believe that the commission itself is already progress.”
C. Bayramov emphasized the importance of speaking openly about the crimes that took place during the occupation and war.
“Mining of territories, damage to ecology, brutal looting of natural resources, destruction of civil and state infrastructure, failure to provide information on missing persons in the First Karabakh War, etc. it is important that the other party is held accountable for crimes. A mechanism for bringing them to responsibility should be prepared, and a number of works have already been done in this direction.”
More than 6,000 soldiers from both sides in the conflict, which lasted 44 days and was called the Second Karabakh War perished has been
Azerbaijan regained control over a part of the Nagorno-Karabakh region and 7 surrounding districts.
After that, in the corridor of Lachin and in Karabakh Russian peacekeepers placed.
Before the second Karabakh war, until the cease-fire agreement in 1994 Azerbaijan The Nagorno-Karabakh region and 7 adjacent districts were occupied.
The conflict in Armenia since the USSR To Azerbaijan It started with territorial claims.