ArmInfo. Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev called on UN bodies to ensure the implementation of Security Council resolutions on the Karabakh conflict.
"To ensure sustainable international peace and security, it is necessary to put an end to the 'occupation'. It is necessary to ensure compliance with the norms and principles of international law and the implementation of UN Security Council resolutions," Aliyev said in his video speech yesterday at the general debate of the 75th session of the UN General Assembly, adding that the relevant institutions of the Organization should contribute to the implementation of Security Council resolutions. At the same time, he expressed his conviction that "sanctions for failure to fulfill obligations" should be applied against Armenia.
At the same time, Aliyev did not stop at that, he accused Armenia of trying to disrupt the peace process, with the aim of allegedly maintaining the status quo and "achieving the annexation of the occupied territories."
"The hostile statements of the Armenian leadership indicate that Yerevan is preparing for a new war against Azerbaijan. We call on the UN and the international community to restrain Armenia from another military aggression," Aliyev said, forgetting to mention the bellicose statements from Baku, including the threat to launch a missile attack on the Armenian nuclear power plant.
The President of Azerbaijan did not fail to criticize the activities of the OSCE Minsk Group, which he qualified as inconclusive "The presidents of the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairing countries - Russia, France and the United States in their statements stressed the unacceptability of the status quo. We welcome these statements, but there are not enough statements. We need in real steps. The Karabakh conflict must be resolved within the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan. The territorial integrity of Azerbaijan has never been and will not be a subject of negotiations. The sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan must be fully restored. "Karabakh is Azerbaijan!" Aliyev stressed, Turan reports.
In conclusion, Aliyev expressed serious concern over the growing supply of weapons to Armenia, called on all countries to refrain from such actions. It is noteworthy that Aliyev did not say a word about the multibillion-dollar arms contracts concluded by Azerbaijan.