NKR Position Supported By The Participants Of The Conference Of The


25 May, 2012

YEREVAN, MAY 25, ARMENPRESS: On May 24, the Institute of CIS States
held in Moscow round-table discussions chaired by the Institute’s
Director Konstantin Zatulin. The topic of the round table was “The
Domestic and Foreign Threats for the Caucasus against the Background
of the Crisis in the Middle East”, in which leading Russian experts
on the region, representatives of the Embassies of Nagorno Karabakh,
Iran, Azerbaijan, and Abkhazia participated.

Armenpress reports that the NKR was represented at the round table
by Advisers to the NKR Foreign Minister Ruben Zargarian and Arsen
Melik-Shakhnazarian. In his speech, Mr. Zargarian made an analysis
of the threats by Turkey and the conflicts it is provoking towards
the region’s states, as well as the territorial claims of Azerbaijan
against all its neighbors and official Baku’s denial of the norms of
international law. The speaker substantiated the role and significance
of the NKR in the establishment of peace and stability in the region
of the Eastern Mediterranean, exposed the illegal attempts of the
Baku administration to cast doubt on the sovereignty and territorial
integrity of the NKR. It was emphasized that the delay of the NKR
final recognition seriously complicated the inter-state relations;
it was stated that international law imperatively demanded the
NKR recognition. Ruben Zargarian presented the NKR position on the
international-legal settlement of the Azerbaijani-Karabakh conflict,
which was actively supported by all the participants of the round

The propagandistic attempts of the representative of the Azerbaijani
Embassy to deny the existence of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic
were exposed by many participants of the forum who emphasized in
their speeches that six international entities existed in the South
Caucasus and the NKR was one of the most established and stable states
in the region.

From: Emil Lazarian | Ararat NewsPress

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