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The conflict is rooted in expansionism and a policy of aggression aimed at expanding the territory of Armenia by force at the expense of the territory of another sovereign state.

War of Aggression of the Republic of Armenia against the Republic of Azerbaijan

The present-day stage of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict began at the end of 1987 with the attacks on the Azerbaijanis in Khankandi (during the Soviet period – Stepanakert) and Armenia resulted in a flood of Azerbaijani refugees and internally...
Consequences of Armenian armed occupation of Shusha, destruction of private property as well as cultural heritage

Material and moral damages to Azerbaijani culture as a result of Armenian occupation.

The military forces of Armenia, raised unfounded territorial claims against the Azerbaijan Republic in early 1990s, and broking international norms, occupied 20 percent of the territory of our country that was officially recognized by the UN...
Ruins of Aghdam, after Armenian military occupation

Damages to industrial, housing and social objects

The decree concerning the development of productive forces in the mountainous regions, including Nagorny Karabakh autonomous area was passed before the beginning Nagorny Karabakh conflict. There were intensive construction works going on in...

Economic damage to Azerbaijan inflicted by the aggression of Armenian Republic

As the result of aggression of the Republic of Armenia against the Republic of Azerbaijan, during the 1988-1994 period, serious material damage has been caused to Azerbaijan. Overall area of the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan...
Captured armenian tank in Nagorno Karabakh 1992

On Armenian armed aggression against Azerbaijan

For nearly seven years, a bitter and violent conflict has raged between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Nagorno-Karabagh, a district of Azerbaijan inhabited by a majority of ethnic Armenians. Contrary to the impression held by many Americans and...