Azeri Deputy PM says Baku readies new war in Karabakh

Azeri Deputy PM says Baku readies new war in Karabakh

PanARMENIAN.Net - Azeri Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the State Committee for Work with Refugees and IDPs said the official Baku seeks to renew the war in Karabakh.

"If Armenia wakes up and takes the right course, agreement might be achieved in Karabakh settlement talks. Our state will respect its president’s promise. However, if Armenia continues with its non-constructive position, we’ll get ready to liberate our lands in near future by the order of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief. The government has launched preparations, developing a return program, and assessing damages. We must prepare ourselves for it,” APA quoted Ali Hasanov as saying.

 Top stories
In November 2014, during his trip to Turkey, Pope Francis made an unscheduled private visit to meet with Patriarch Mesrob.
Around 20 Armenians currently live in the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa, with the majority of the population having fled earlier.
Two of the three South Caucasian republics - Georgia and Armenia - did not recognize the Treaty of Moscow considering it unfair.
To mark the massacres’ centennial, Armenian Genocide memorials were unveiled in Las Vegas and at Fresno State in 2015.
Partner news