Turkish Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee issues statement on Khojaly massacre

Turkish Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee issues statement on Khojaly massacre
# 22 February 2012 13:47 (UTC +04:00)
Baku – APA. Turkish Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee held discussions today on 20th anniversary of Khojaly genocide, APA reports. Committee’s Chairman Volkan Bozkir said that the statement was unanimously at the meeting. The statement says:

“The Khojaly is a black page written by Armenia to the history of humanity. 613 Azerbaijani Turks, including 106 women, 63 children, more than 70 old people were killed, 448 people were seriously wounded and 1275 people were taken captive by Armenians in the planned massacre committed in Khojaly settlement of Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region. The Khojaly incidents are a great shame for the human history and according to the international law it is a crime against humanity. As a fraternal Turkish people, we feel the grief of this massacre committed against the Azerbaijani Turks and condemn it. The mankind must draw a lesson today and in the future from the Khojaly massacre and must think about the position that it showed in this direction. It is necessary for all peoples of the world to understand the sorrows of the victims of this massacre. Turkey will continue supporting Azerbaijan in its just struggle in learning this act and bringing the culprits to responsibility”.






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