Hungarian parliamentarians issue statement on 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide

Hungarian parliamentarians issue statement on 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide
# 26 February 2013 09:23 (UTC +04:00)

Baku – APA. Jobbik - The Movement for a Better Hungary, which has 46 seats at the Hungarian Parliament and 3 seats at European Parliament, has issued a statement on the 21st anniversary of the genocide committed by Armenian armed units against Azerbaijani civilians in Khojaly town of Nagorno Karabakh on February 26, 1992. Hungary’s embassy in Azerbaijan told APA. The document says that the movement expressing solidarity with the Azerbaijani people strongly condemns Armenia’s aggressive policy in the region and demands immediate implementation of resolutions adopted by the UN, OSCE, the Council of Europe and the other international organizations for fair settlement of the conflict, restoration of Azerbaijan’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and return of refugees and IDPs to their lands.

The Movement for a better Hungary issued a draft resolution at the Parliament in April, 2011, condemning Armenian occupation in Nagorno Karabakh and demanding the recognition of Khojaly genocide.

The text of the statement has been posted on www.jobbik.hu and www.alfahir.hu , distributed among the members of the parliament and media representatives.

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