Azerbaijani envoy: Armenia still cannot fully claim independence

    POLITICS  24 November 2022 - 21:00

    Azerbaijani Ambassador to the UK has said that Armenia had never been able to fully confirm its independence.

    The statement finds itself in an article published in the Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post, Report informs.

    The ambassador recalled that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, at a recent event marking the anniversary of the "Abraham Treaty" in London, spoke about the benefits that supporters of this agreement will receive and that Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev made the right choice in favour of sustainable peace and development of the region.

    Although the context is relatively different in the Caucasus, the dividend to be gained from the process of normalizing relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan remains one of the key elements of a peace agreement.

    After Azerbaijan's decisive victory in the Second Karabakh War, President Ilham Aliyev proposed the normalization of relations with Armenia, which is a rare event on a global scale. This proposal once again proves Azerbaijan's desire to put an end to enmity and hatred. Therefore, Azerbaijan presented a five-point peace agreement based on mutual recognition of territorial integrity and delimitation of borders.

    Ambassador Suleymanov spoke about the importance of Armenia's desire for peace. It is necessary not to stop the peace process and set international actors against each other, but to take responsibility for the future of Armenia.

    Armenia was never able to fully confirm its official independence. Given the presence on its territory of foreign military bases and foreign military servicemen guarding its borders, it is still seeking support from its patrons in the form of the CSTO, Iran and France.

    While Azerbaijan, with the participation of international partners, including British and Israeli companies, is focused on rebuilding and reviving cities destroyed as a result of the Armenian occupation, Armenia is once again putting its future at risk with delaying tactics.

    The recent decision of the Azerbaijani parliament to open an Azerbaijani embassy in Israel will strengthen the partnership between the two countries. In addition, Azerbaijan, as a supporter of peace between Israelis and Palestinians and as a friend of the Palestinian people, announced the opening of a representative office in Ramallah. While the unrest around the region is intensifying, and the tension in the world is increasing, it is time for Armenia to follow the agreements and seize the historic chance for peace, the envoy said.

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