Baku: 'Armenİan leadershİp had better read UNSC resolutİons on Karabakh'
It would be useful for the Armenian leadership to read the UN Security Council's resolutions on the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict," Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hikmet Hajiyev told APA in response to Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian's statement at the 4th Forum of Armenians of Europe that "Nagorno-Karabakh does not belong to Azerbaijan."
Hajiyev said that in these resolutions, the UN Security Council condemns the occupation of Azerbaijan's territories, reaffirms Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and inviolability of its borders, and demands immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of the occupying forces.
The fact that Nagorno-Karabakh is an indivisible part of Azerbaijan is outlined in the resolutions, Hajiyev noted, adding. "The Armenian foreign minister had better not repeat this nonsense, or, at least, make an effort to behave in a professional manner. It’s a pity that this tendentious nonsense by Armenia is going to have a negative effect on the negotiations and also bewilder Armenian citizens and diaspora."