Monday, March 27, 2017

Ukrainian scientist joins Armenia-Azerbaijan Peace Platform [original article contains links]


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Tatiana Krupa, a Ukrainian scientist and public figure, has made a statement about joining the Armenia-Azerbaijan Platform for Peace.
APA presents the statement:
“The most important thing to bequeath to future generations is peace. That’s why peaceful solution of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict that has been lasting for more than 25 years is necessary. I would like to express my support and respect to territorial integrity, sovereignty and internationally recognized borders of Azerbaijan and Armenia.
I want to emphasize the importance of implementation of relevant resolutions adopted by UN Security Council, and resolutions and decisions of other international organizations. I would like to note the importance of measures taken by OSCE Minsk Group towards the settlement of the conflict.
Pre-war relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan developed based on the principles of close neighborhood that were formed over centuries. However, I state with regret that hostile relations have been formed between nations in the context of war as a result of unresolved conflict. I believe that Public Diplomacy is a necessary step for the solution of the conflict. Therefore, I reiterate my support to this initiative and make a statement about joining the Armenia-Azerbaijan Platform for Peace aimed at peaceful settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and restoring and preserving peace in South Caucasus. ...

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