MFA : Azerbaijan will never allow another Armenian state to be created in its sovereign territory

Azerbaijan will never allow a second Armenian state to be created in its sovereign territory, Hikmat Hajiyev, spokesperson for the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry, told.

Peace will not be established in the region unless Armenia withdraws its troops from Azerbaijan’s occupied territories, Hajiyev said, commenting on Armenian President Serzh Sargysyan’s remarks at the 6th Pan-Armenian Armenia-Diaspora Conference that the Armenian army is allegedly committed to stability and peace.  


He underlined that the presence of Armenian armed forces in Azerbaijan’s occupied territories remains a direct threat to the regional peace.


“No one knows for sure what principles Armenia’s head of state is talking about,” the spokesman said,” the spokesman said. “The principles concerning the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict are mentioned in UN Security Council resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 which condemn the occupation of Azerbaijani territories, reaffirm Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity, sovereignty and border inviolability, and call for an immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of Armenian forces from the occupied Azerbaijani territories.”


“There is no expiry for the UN Security Council resolutions which are on the agenda as long as they remain unfulfilled,” added Hajiyev.


He stressed that Azerbaijan will never allow a second Armenian state to be created in its sovereign territory.


“The territorial integrity and sovereignty of Azerbaijan must be ensured within its internationally recognized borders. The sooner the Armenian leadership realizes this, the sooner the peace will be restored in the region, and the Armenian population, living in property, will be able to benefit from the opportunities for regional cooperation,” Hajiyev said.  


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