" Regretfully, we still observe violations by Armenia of its commitments under the trilateral statement of 10 November, as well as more generally, its obligations under the international humanitarian law," said Foreign minister of Azerbaijan Jeyhun Bayramov during his performance at the 131st meeting of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, APA reports.
"For instance, it is particularly disturbing that Armenia refuses to share the maps of mined areas in the recently liberated Azerbaijani territories. Sadly, since last November, mine explosions have killed and wounded more than 120 Azerbaijanis. Sharing the maps of mined areas is an absolute and urgent necessity to save human lives, accelerate the post-conflict rehabilitation and reconstruction process, and ensure the realization of the inalienable rights of the hundreds of thousands of IDPs to return to their homes in safety and dignity. Armenia also continues to refuse to provide information on the fate of around 4000 Azerbaijanis who went missing in the course of its armed aggression against Azerbaijan in 1991-1994.
Besides that, the international community, including the Council of Europe should remain resolute in persuading Armenia to give up its revanchist actions and anti-Azerbaijani hatred, and instead, seize the unique opportunity for sustainable peace, regional cooperation and development", the Minister noted.