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25 July 2012 Azerbaijani Official urges Armenia to embrace change and reject status quo.

The Head of the Policy Analysis and Information  Department in the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan, Elnur Aslanov has asserted that the recent elections in Nagorno-Karabakh harm the ongoing peace negotiations.

In a comment to GUN.AZ, cited by news.az, Aslanov said: "The position of Baku regarding the so-called "elections" in Nagorno-Karabakh is quite clear. He noted that the European Union, other international organizations and many countries condemned this show going on in Karabakh and voiced their strict opinion. "The regime in Nagorno-Karabakh does what Armenia tells it to do. Any step there harms the peace process."

The Azerbaijani web portals also quote Aslanov as saying that "We also advocate the position that Armenia should demonstrate a more constructive position and make steps not to preserve the status quo in the region, but to change the situation and form peace and security in the region."

source: commonspace.eu with News.az

Photo: Elnur Aslanov, Head of the Policy Analysis anmd Information Department at the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan (archive picture)

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26 July: Both Armenia and Azerbaijan report extensive violations of the cease-fire on the line of contact in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone last night and early this morning. Azerbaijan says that two civilians were injured after extensive Armenian fire in the village of Alibayli in the Tovuz District. It also says it has repulsed attempts of infiltration by Armenian reconnaissance groups in Aghdam and Goranboy. Armenia says that there was continuous fire from the Azerbaijani side on a number of villages overnight. It says that it has not suffered any casualties
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