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Turkey opposes Armenian poll in Nagorno Karabakh

Ankara, The New Anatolian

Turkey announced its strong opposition to the proposed elections by Armenia in occupied Nagorno Karabakh.

A foreign ministry statement said: We learned that so-called “Presidential Election” in the Armenian occupied Nagorno Karabagh region of Azerbaijan, is to be held on July 19, 2007, subsequent to the “Constitutional Referendum” held in the same region in a similar vein on December 10, 2006, in contravention to international law and disregarding the will of the international community.

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NATO Supports OSCE MG Endeavors for Peaceful Resolution of Karabakh Conflict

NATO supports the peace process for the Nagorno Karabakh conflict resolution, a NATO official said in Baku. “The Alliance supports the endeavors of the OSCE Minsk Group Co-chairs to resolve the conflict,” Mr Diego Ruiz-Palmer said.

“Although not a participant in the process, NATO watches and backs the OSCE and UN efforts,” he said, Trend Azeri news agency reports.

Source: www.eraren.org/index.php?Lisan=tr&Page=GBultenDetay&BultenNo=13209

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For many Azerbaijanis, Karabakh is home

Elin Suleymanov’

Even as the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia continue to meet, with the most recent meeting taking place in St. Petersburg this month, the peace talks have so far chronically failed to produce any tangible results. Perhaps because of this lack of any real progress, some tend to describe the occupied Azerbaijani lands and a generation-long displacement of the Azerbaijani civilians in abstract terms. Indeed, if the solution depends just on finding the right mathematical combination and piecing together different parcels of land, then the convenient term “compromise” easily addresses moral and humanitarian concerns. Even more conveniently, it allows for drawing no distinctions between a perpetrator of aggression and a victim thereof.

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Karabakh Conflict Must Be Resolved Peacefully, The RF Foreign Minister Says

Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is confident that there is no military solution to the Nagorno Karabakh conflict. Mr Lavrov emphasized that the conflict should be resolved by “peaceful means exclusively.”

“As to the armament problem in the region, the parameters of armament and warlike equipment are regulated by international treaties supported by a number of verifying mechanisms,” he said Friday after talks with Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian, RIA Novosti reports.

Source: www.eraren.org/index.php?Lisan=tr&Page=GBultenDetay&BultenNo=13074

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