Karabakh residents to Warlick: Agression continues, and Safarov case
is another proof – Video
May 17, 2014 | 23:01
The Co-Chair of OSCE Minsk Group James Warlick was asked how he
imagines return of the refugees to Nagorno-Karabakh.
The question came from the residents of Kashatag region of the
Nagorno-Karabakh Republic who gathered near the administrative center
`Safarov was also so-called refugee from Nagorno-Karabakh. How do you
imagine their return? Agression continues, and Safarov case is another
proof,’ one of the residents told Warlick.
In response the OSCE diplomat recalled his statement, underscoring
that `all six elements are necessary for peace’ and none of them can
be taken out.
The residents asked whether the position of Minsk Group will change.
The American Co-Chair, for his part, said in the statement issued on
the twentieth anniversary of the ceasefire agreement, the mediators
spoke `with a common agenda and with a common mind’, and they `will
continue to work on this issue as co-chairs’.
The locals reminded the Co-Chairs that, according to international
right, every nation has a right to self-defense.
`We used our right to self-defense to stop Azerbaijan’s aggression,’
one of the residents said.