Azerbaijan is complaining about Armenia to the European Court

Azerbaijan is complaining about Armenia to the European Court The Azerbaijani government has filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights against Armenia for its gross human rights violations against Azerbaijanis in the liberated territories.  The Azerbaijani government has filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights against Armenia for its gross human rights violations against Azerbaijanis in the liberated territories.  A statement issued by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wednesday, stated that a series of evidence was submitted to the European Court of Human Rights, about Armenia's deliberate demolition and destruction of hundreds of homes and other living places during May-August 2022, before the evacuation of the city of Lachin and two of the neighboring villages.  The statement indicated that the Armenian government did not take any steps to prevent this widespread destruction during the period in which it controlled these areas.  The statement confirmed that the Armenian authorities were actively pursuing a "scorched earth policy".  And the statement added: “The Armenian government has committed systematic human rights violations on the road to the city of Lachin, where newly discovered evidence indicates that the Armenian army laid mines in residences and areas that should have been evacuated in accordance with the tripartite declaration (between Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia) issued on November 10.” 2020.  The statement continued: "As part of Armenia's scorched earth policy, demolishing houses and deliberately placing explosives in civilian dwellings prevented Azerbaijanis who were displaced as a result of Armenia's illegal occupation of the region 30 years ago from returning to their homes."  The statement stressed that "what the Armenian government has done is a violation of the right of Azerbaijanis to private and family life, freedom of movement, and the peaceful use of property, and calls on Azerbaijan to compensate for damages resulting from gross violations of human rights, to return the area, to carry out the necessary repairs in the area and other costs."  The statement stressed that Azerbaijan will continue its efforts to prosecute the government of Armenia for its ongoing and deliberate violations of international human rights.  On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its occupied lands in the Karabakh region, following an attack by the Armenian army on civilian populated areas.  After fierce battles that lasted 44 days, Russia announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had reached a ceasefire agreement sponsored by Russia, which stipulates that Azerbaijan will regain control of occupied provinces before the end of that year.

The Azerbaijani government has filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights against Armenia for its gross human rights violations against Azerbaijanis in the liberated territories.

The Azerbaijani government has filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights against Armenia for its gross human rights violations against Azerbaijanis in the liberated territories.

A statement issued by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wednesday, stated that a series of evidence was submitted to the European Court of Human Rights, about Armenia's deliberate demolition and destruction of hundreds of homes and other living places during May-August 2022, before the evacuation of the city of Lachin and two of the neighboring villages.

The statement indicated that the Armenian government did not take any steps to prevent this widespread destruction during the period in which it controlled these areas.

The statement confirmed that the Armenian authorities were actively pursuing a "scorched earth policy".

And the statement added: “The Armenian government has committed systematic human rights violations on the road to the city of Lachin, where newly discovered evidence indicates that the Armenian army laid mines in residences and areas that should have been evacuated in accordance with the tripartite declaration (between Azerbaijan, Russia and Armenia) issued on November 10.” 2020.

The statement continued: "As part of Armenia's scorched earth policy, demolishing houses and deliberately placing explosives in civilian dwellings prevented Azerbaijanis who were displaced as a result of Armenia's illegal occupation of the region 30 years ago from returning to their homes."

The statement stressed that "what the Armenian government has done is a violation of the right of Azerbaijanis to private and family life, freedom of movement, and the peaceful use of property, and calls on Azerbaijan to compensate for damages resulting from gross violations of human rights, to return the area, to carry out the necessary repairs in the area and other costs."

The statement stressed that Azerbaijan will continue its efforts to prosecute the government of Armenia for its ongoing and deliberate violations of international human rights.

On September 27, 2020, the Azerbaijani army launched an operation to liberate its occupied lands in the Karabakh region, following an attack by the Armenian army on civilian populated areas.

After fierce battles that lasted 44 days, Russia announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had reached a ceasefire agreement sponsored by Russia, which stipulates that Azerbaijan will regain control of occupied provinces before the end of that year.
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