Azerbaijan affirms its commitment to peace and good-neighbourly relations with Armenia

Azerbaijan affirms its commitment to peace and good-neighbourly relations with Armenia  Addressing the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Azerbaijan's Foreign Minister Jehun Bayramov stressed his country's commitment to peace and stability in its region and to establishing good-neighbourly relations with Armenia.  On Saturday, Azerbaijan stressed its commitment to peace and stability in its region and the establishment of good-neighborly relations with Armenia.  This came according to Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jehun Bayramov, in a speech during the high-level discussions of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly currently being held in New York.  Peramov said: "Azerbaijan is committed to peace, stability and development in the region, and the establishment of good-neighborly relations with Armenia as a key to building security and stability in the South Caucasus through full regional normalization."  He added: "Azerbaijan has also expressed on many occasions its readiness to start negotiations on a peace treaty between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and has formed its national delegation for this purpose."  And he added, "Despite the increased dynamism of contacts, including direct dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the past months, it seems that Armenia is sticking to its past practices and instead of implementing its commitments in good faith has resorted to provocations and sabotage to exacerbate tensions and undermine the ongoing normalization process with Azerbaijan."  "After a series of political and military provocations, Armenia resorted to a military provocation along the border line from the night of September 12 to 13, and Armenia fired on Azerbaijani positions," Peramov said.  He stressed that "Armenia sought further escalation to manipulate the attention of the international community, as it ignored the ceasefire agreement agreed on September 13, and continued to bombard Azerbaijan's territory, including with heavy weapons."  He noted that "in contrast to these reckless actions of Armenia, Azerbaijan exercised maximum restraint, including through contacts with relevant international partners, demonstrating goodwill and sincere will to restore the ceasefire that was restored as of 8 pm on September 14." .  The Azerbaijani foreign minister stressed his country's determination "to repel any threat to its sovereignty and territorial integrity, and to the safety of its citizens."  Peramov urged Armenia to "refrain from further escalation, and to engage constructively in a continuous process of normalization in order to establish a stable and predictable situation and good-neighborly relations in the region."  Concluding his speech, he said: "Azerbaijan believes that our region has witnessed enough confrontation, destruction and suffering, and the time has come for our two countries to fully and honestly engage in post-conflict normalization, turn the tragic page of our history and start building a better future for our children."​  On September 12, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry announced the outbreak of intense border clashes as a result of provocations from the Armenian side.  These clashes resulted in the killing of 79 Azerbaijani soldiers, and the death of at least 135 soldiers of the Armenian forces.

Addressing the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Azerbaijan's Foreign Minister Jehun Bayramov stressed his country's commitment to peace and stability in its region and to establishing good-neighbourly relations with Armenia.

On Saturday, Azerbaijan stressed its commitment to peace and stability in its region and the establishment of good-neighborly relations with Armenia.

This came according to Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jehun Bayramov, in a speech during the high-level discussions of the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly currently being held in New York.

Peramov said: "Azerbaijan is committed to peace, stability and development in the region, and the establishment of good-neighborly relations with Armenia as a key to building security and stability in the South Caucasus through full regional normalization."

He added: "Azerbaijan has also expressed on many occasions its readiness to start negotiations on a peace treaty between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and has formed its national delegation for this purpose."

And he added, "Despite the increased dynamism of contacts, including direct dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the past months, it seems that Armenia is sticking to its past practices and instead of implementing its commitments in good faith has resorted to provocations and sabotage to exacerbate tensions and undermine the ongoing normalization process with Azerbaijan."

"After a series of political and military provocations, Armenia resorted to a military provocation along the border line from the night of September 12 to 13, and Armenia fired on Azerbaijani positions," Peramov said.

He stressed that "Armenia sought further escalation to manipulate the attention of the international community, as it ignored the ceasefire agreement agreed on September 13, and continued to bombard Azerbaijan's territory, including with heavy weapons."

He noted that "in contrast to these reckless actions of Armenia, Azerbaijan exercised maximum restraint, including through contacts with relevant international partners, demonstrating goodwill and sincere will to restore the ceasefire that was restored as of 8 pm on September 14." .

The Azerbaijani foreign minister stressed his country's determination "to repel any threat to its sovereignty and territorial integrity, and to the safety of its citizens."

Peramov urged Armenia to "refrain from further escalation, and to engage constructively in a continuous process of normalization in order to establish a stable and predictable situation and good-neighborly relations in the region."

Concluding his speech, he said: "Azerbaijan believes that our region has witnessed enough confrontation, destruction and suffering, and the time has come for our two countries to fully and honestly engage in post-conflict normalization, turn the tragic page of our history and start building a better future for our children."​

On September 12, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry announced the outbreak of intense border clashes as a result of provocations from the Armenian side.

These clashes resulted in the killing of 79 Azerbaijani soldiers, and the death of at least 135 soldiers of the Armenian forces.
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