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02 July 2012 "The separatist regime cannot be a party in the peace talks."

A senior member of the Azerbaijani Parliament, Eldar Ibrahimov, has dismissed demands by the authorities of the self declared Nagrono Karabakh Republic to participate directly in the current negotiations being held in the framework of the OSCE Minsk Process. Ibrahimov who is also a member of the Azerbaijani delegation to the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly stated that "The separatist regime cannot be a part in the peace talks. But Armenia demonstrates an unconstructive position and seeks to achieve it and, naturally, the Azerbaijani side will never agree to this."

Ibrahimov, who is Chairman of the Parliament's Agrarian Policy Committee said that "As an integral part of Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh can never act as a party. Therefore, now all international efforts should be directed to prevent Armenia from continuing its aggressive policy and make it show a constructive position. In other works, more effective pressure should be exerted on Armenia for the just settlement of the conflict."

The statement came ahead of another round of consultations due to take place next week when diplomats from France, Russia and the US who co-chair the OSCE Minsk Process visit the region for discussions with Armenian and Azerbaijani leaders and officials.

source: commonspace.eu with GUN.az

photot: Eldar Ibrahimov (archive picture).

 

 

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The bodies of the three Armenian servicemen killed in the downing of a helicopter in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone earlier this month have been retrieved according to sources close to the Ministry of Defence of the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The sources said that this was done during a special operation near the crash site in the no man's land between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. Gun fire was exchanged during the operation. It is not known if there were any casualties on either side. (source: commonspace.eu with agencies).. A spokesman for the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defence has denied that there has been any Armenian special operation near the helicopter crash site and has described the story as a provocation. (commonspace.eu with agencies).
The bodies of the three Armenian servicemen killed in the downing of a helicopter in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone earlier this month have been retrieved according to sources close to the Ministry of Defence of the self-proclaimed Nagorno-Karabakh Republic. The sources said that this was done during a special operation near the crash site in the no man's land between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces. Gun fire was exchanged during the operation. It is not known if there were any casualties on either side. (source: commonspace.eu with agencies). A spokesman for the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defence has denied that there has been any Armenian special operation near the helicopter crash site and has described the story as a provocation. (commonspace.eu with agencies).
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