Ramil Iskandarli: “Azerbaijan gives great importance to the full implementation of the November 10 Trilateral Statement and the normalization of interstate relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan (“Iki sahil” newspaper).
Despite the fact that 10 months have passed since the November 10 Trilateral Statement (between Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan), Armenia continues to grossly violate its terms and provisions. Thus, one of the main objectives of the trilateral statement signed between the Presidents of Azerbaijan, Russia and the Prime Minister of Armenia is to open all transport and communication links in the region, which were closed as a result of the Armenian occupation. Article 9 of the statement serves exactly for this purpose. The main point of attention in this article is the opening of the corridor, i.e the Zangazur corridor, which will provide a direct land connection between Azerbaijan and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic (NAR). Armenian armed forces must be withdrawn from Azerbaijani territory and the Zangazur corridor must be opened. In order to establish peace and stability, all countries in the region, including Armenia, must benefit from this corridor. This will lead to peace and stability in the region. However, Armenia’s intention to obstruct Zangazur corridor and other communications, the delimitation and demorcation of borders is another gross violation of the provisions of the November 10 Trilateral Statement.
Ramil Iskandarli, Chairman of the Legal Analysis and Research Public Union, said that, unlike the occupying country, Azerbaijan supports the establishment of healthy neighborly relations. Our country gives great importance to the full implementation of this document and the normalization of interstate relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan. If Armenia attaches importance to regional cooperation, it can make positive progress in the socio-economic sphere. Otherwise, if he does not give up his aggressive policy, the unemployment rate in this country will increase.
The only way out of such situation for Armenia, is to fully implement the provisions of the November 10 Trilateral Statement, to renounce unfounded territorial claims against Azerbaijan and Turkey, and to take all necessary steps to establish cooperation and peace in the region. Armenia must sign a peace agreement recognizing the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan within the framework of international law, recognizing Azerbaijan’s borders, delimitation and demorcation.
“Iki Sahil” Newspaper