France misleads int'l community about processes in S. Caucasus: Azerbaijan's permanent rep to UN 

  15 May 2024    Read: 219
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Comments by a French representative regarding relations between Azerbaijan and Armenia at the UN Security Council meeting on April 19, 2024 are unfounded and misleading, as stated in the letter from the Permanent Representative of Azerbaijan to the UN Yashar Aliyev to the organization's Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

The letter notes that the comments came on a day when the countries made significant progress in border delimitation, AzVision.az reports. 

Yashar Aliyev noted that the Secretary General welcomed the agreements of April 19 between the state commissions on border delimitation between Armenia and Azerbaijan and called for continued work on the remaining sections and resolution of all bilateral issues for the complete normalization of relations.

"Instead of wasting time misleading the international community about the situation and processes in the South Caucasus, France must cease and desist from its destabilizing activities in the region and from interfering in the internal affairs of Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan is committed and determined to continue its efforts towards eliminating the devastating consequences of the war, promoting conflict prevention, justice and accountability, advancing the results-oriented normalization process and building sustainable peace in the region," reads the letter.

 

AzVision.az


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