BAKU: Azeri KLO Leader Accuses Turkish Embassy Of Indifference

Baku Today, Azerbaijan
April 28 2004

KLO Leader Accuses Turkish Embassy Of Indifference

The Turkish embassy in Baku and some political parties display
indifference towards the plans of the Karabakh Liberation
Organization (KLO) to march to Karabakh on May 8, the date of the
occupation of Shusha, KLO leader Akif Naghi told reporters on
Tuesday, according to Trend news agency.
Naghi said his organization has received support from most of the
foreign embassies in Baku, included among them the embassies of the
OSCE’s Minsk Group member-states, permanent members of the United
Nations Security Council, representatives of international
organizations, heads of political parties and rights advocates.
However, Naghi also voiced dismay with what he called indifference
from some political parties, which `blame the authorities for
avoiding to take decisive measures to settle [Nagorno-Karabakh]

Naghi said the KLO was going to determine the route of their planned
march. He said 7,150 people are expected to start action from the
Martyrs’ Alley on May 8. Their goal in the action is to let the world
community know about the
real truths of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, Naghi added.