ArmInfo. On occasion of the 25th anniversary of Nagorno Karabakh Republic's independence France-Karabakh Friendship Circle expresses its support to the young republic in South Caucasus, which has chosen democratic way of development.
The authors of the statement received by ArmInfo particularly note that the Friendship Circle warmly welcomes freedom achieved by Nagorno Karabakh Republic over 25 years after the declaration of independence on September 2, 1991. The Friendship Circle intends to continue its support aimed at ensuring full exercise of natural right to live happy life. The Circle emphasizes that despite the war imposed after the declaration of independence, today a whole generation has grown in NKR that cannot imagine living under submission, in which the older generation lived. This fact is a solid achievement, consequently it is indisputable and unalterable.
We support NK independence as we support international law, President of Friendship Circle Francois Rochebloine stated, adding that the Circle especially supports the right to life and security. The April aggression unleashed by Baku's regime testifies to consistency of Azerbaijani threat to peace and stability in the region. The Circle also thinks that failure of that aggression and adequate military response by Karabakh side is an evidence of maturity and responsibility of NK authorities.