ArmInfo.. Representatives of the international community continue to make statements condemning the execution of unarmed Armenian prisoners of war by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces.
Thus, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus, in its statement, expresses horror in connection with the executions of unarmed Armenian prisoners of war by the armed forces of Azerbaijan. "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemns the executions of unarmed Armenian prisoners by the forces of Azerbaijan. We call once again for the immediate release of all Armenian prisoners as well as for a thorough investigation of the executions to ensure perpetrators are held to account," the Cypriot Foreign Ministry stressed.
Meanwhile, the US Embassy in Azerbaijan stressed: "The United States is deeply disturbed by recent reports of Azerbaijani soldiers executing unarmed Armenian prisoners. We call for a full and impartial investigation. Those responsible for any atrocities must be held to account," the diplomatic mission noted. The US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations also condemned these actions by enemy forces. "We condemn the reported execution and probable war crimes committed against unarmed Armenians by Azerbaijani soldiers. We must pursue justice for every atrocity committed during the recent Azerbaijani attack on Armenia," the Committee stressed.
In turn, Canadian Senator from Quebec Leo Housakos noted that "these are the atrocities and crimes against humanity being committed against Armenians. And the world turns a blind eye, just as we did to the #ArmenianGenocide," he tweeted. It should be noted that on October 2, a video was circulated in Telegram channels in which Azerbaijani servicemen shoot unarmed Armenian soldiers. The incident, as human rights activists have already found out, took place in the direction of positions near Ishkhanasar, during a large-scale military aggression of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, unleashed on the night of September 13. Let us add that this is not the first such case when the enemy forces torture and inhumanely treat Armenian prisoners of war and civilians.