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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...
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.

The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict over Nagorno Karabakh

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. Separatists in the local council of the Mountainous (Nagorno)...
Three-years-old boy Shovgi Aliyev was taken hostage at the time of occupation of Agdam region on July 24, 1993  Armenian doctors in Khankendi removed his humerus crippling him for the rest of his life

Expatriation and individual testimonies

Testimonies of the displaced persons recalling the Armenian brutalities in the occupied territory of Azerbaijan: On April 18, 1994, Binnal Akhmedov, resident of the village of Bashlybeli in the Kelbajar district, saw three Armenian soldiers...

Executed in captivity

The facts collected by the State Commission for Prisoners of War, Hostages, and Missing Persons prove that the Armenian Republic tramples on the norms of international law, violating the 1949 Geneva Convention “On protection of war victims”,...

Wilful killings of civilians – women and children

The materials collected by the state commission for prisoners of war, hostages and missed persons prove that Armenian armed forces committed a series of purposeful acts of genocide against the nation of Azerbaijan, roughly violating the human...

Nagorno Karabakh conflict and mass human rights violation (part 2)

A number of Russian and western newspapers and magazines wrote about crimes of Armenian aggressors from the 1-th till the 16-th of March 1992. Among them are: «Sunday Times», «Times», «Guardian», «Financial Times», «Le Monde», «Le...
Aftermath of bombing town of Tar-Tar

Undeclared war against Azerbaijan

Bombing marks. Ter-Ter. 1992 (Region outside of Nagorno-Karabakh) Following the events of February 1988, separatist groups of the Autonomous Nagorny Karabakh Province and Armenian militants launched hostilities for invasion of the Nagorny Karabakh. Following...

Why Peace Can Be As Difficult As War?

Current public policy debates in Armenia and Azerbaijan over a possible Nagorno-Karabakh war are more acceptable to those who want to return to their homes rather than live in a “no-war-no-peace” situation. The danger of another open war...