The report consisting of seven parts contains the data collected from over 500 sources, including open Armenian sources, Hikmat Hajiyev, Azerbaijan’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson, said at the press conference on March 2.
Those parts are as follows:
1. Introduction (This part presents information on the specified topic and methodology used in preparation of the report).
2. Executive Summary (This part presents the report’s results).
3. Occupation by Armenia of the Territories of Azerbaijan (This part presents the facts proving that control is being carried out on the territories occupied by Armenia).
4. Illegal Economic and Other Activities in the Occupied Territories for Armenia’s Own Economic Gain (This part presents the facts proving that illegal activity is being carried out on the occupied territories, including the illegal resettlement, use of natural resources, and infrastructure change).
5. Responsibility under International Law Arising from the Continuing Unlawful Occupation by Armenia of the Territories of Azerbaijan and Illegal Activities on These Territories (This part analyzes and explains Armenia’s legal responsibility on the basis of international law in connection with occupation and illegal activity).
6. Urgent Measures to Cease Unlawful Attempts of Occupation and Annexation of Azerbaijani Territories by Armenia (A list of urgent measures is indicated here).
“The pieces of evidence indicate that illegal transportation of natural resources is taking place along the occupied part of the international border between Azerbaijan and Armenia, and Armenia is playing a transport role for products manufactured on occupied Azerbaijani territories as well as minerals and other resources to be delivered to international market,” the spokesperson said.