Representatives of most embassies and international organizations miss the event on Khojali genocide

Representatives of most embassies and international organizations miss the event on Khojali genocide
# 23 February 2007 13:12 (UTC +04:00)
New Azerbaijan Party (YAP) organized a conference on the 15th anniversary of the Khojali genocide, APA reports. YAP Deputy Chairman, Executive Secretary Ali Ahmadov said though 15 years have passed since Khojali genocide international organizations and world community has not assessed the fact and the criminals have not been punished yet.
“The countries of the world are indifferent to Khojali genocide. Nagorno Karabakh problem has become a means for some states. Though we invited ambassadors of international organizations and foreign offices in Azerbaijan, only representatives of Iranian, Egyptian, Turkish and Ukrainian embassies participate in the commemorative event. It seems that the world is not ready to unite against separatism,� he said.
Noting that the West has dual approach to Azerbaijan, historian Yagub Mahmudov accused world countries and international organizations.
“Russia and some western countries are behind a number of crimes. The prominent organization like UN is governed by some people. Therefore UN’s resolution on Nagorno Karabakh is not executed. Though Kocharian says that he is one of those who committed the tragedy, the world community keeps silence. The West applies double standards,� he said.
MP Azay Guliyev stressed the importance of approving the decision on Khojali genocide by Azerbaijani Parliament.
“The Parliament should do its best for the recognition of Khojali genocide in the world parliaments. The commission formed in the parliament should work out a program for it. Opening of Khojali museum is also important,� he said.
The film “Ruined city� was demonstrated at the conference. At the end of the conference the participants appealed to the world countries for the recognition of Khojali genocide. /APA/

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