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15 April 2021

APPEAL of the Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan
APPEAL of the Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan on the military provocation of the Armenian armed forces, 
A real "Hard Talk" for Pashinyan
Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who always finds himself helpless in the face of facts and logical approaches, this time stumbled upon the arguments voiced by Stephen Sackur, the host of BBC's 
STATEMENT of the Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan as a protest against the repeated violation of the ceasefire regime by the armed forces of Armenia and the provocative attempt resulted in losses during the pandemic
As is known, the constant 
Azerbaijan's most international university opens 2018 admission season
ADA University students are more than future successful entrepreneurs and leading public figures. They are highly intellectual solution providers with ethics and sense of citizenship. One of the youngest universities in Azerbaijan claims this ambitious mission as its own. Founded in 2006 as the Azerbaijan Diplomatic Academy to offer trainings to diplomats and civil servants under the 
Statement by the Assistant to the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan - Head of the Department of Foreign Policy Affairs of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan Mr. Hikmet Hajiyev
12 July 2020 The armed forces of Armenia had flagrantly violated the ceasefire regime and used artillery mounts to fire on the positions of Azerbaijan's armed forces in the direction of Tovuz district, along the state border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The armed forces of Azerbaijan responded with counterfire and launched counteroffensive measures, preventing the advancement of the Armenian armed forces. Azerbaijan's armed forces remain in control of the operational situation. The Armenian side has failed to make any territorial gains. The attack by Armenia, with the use of artillery, against the positions of the armed forces of Azerbaijan, along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, constitutes aggression, an act of the use of force, and another provocation. The troops of the State Border Service have been deployed along the extensive part of the state border in Gazakh and Tovuz districts from Azerbaijan's side, to prevent provocations and reduce cases that can lead to tensions on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Armenia, on the contrary, has continued to militarize the border between two countries, while deliberately and systematically targeting the civilians. Such military recklessness on the part of Armenia pursues an objective of drawing the military-political organizations to which it is a party to into the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, and evade the responsibility of occupation and aggression against Azerbaijan. Armenia's aggression against Azerbaijan that has lasted for nearly 30 years and provocations perpetrated along the border also contravene the legal documents of the military-political organizations to which Armenia is a member. In the meantime, by doing so, Armenia's leadership aims to escalate the situation, against the backdrop of socio-economic problems deteriorated further by the widespread of COVID-19 in Armenia, caused by its incompetent performance, and distract attention from the domestic problems in the country. In blatant violation of the UN Charter and other legal international obligations Armenia has carried out military aggression against Azerbaijan and occupied Azerbaijan's Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven surrounding districts. The UN Security Council resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 demand full and unconditional withdrawal of the Armenian armed forces from the occupied territories of Azerbaijan. The provocation by Armenia, perpetrated along the border, is yet another evidence that the official Yerevan is disinterested in the negotiated settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict. Armenia launched this offensive and a provocation during the time when the international community is fighting the COVID-19. That and continued violations of the ceasefire by Armenia proves that Armenia's support of the initiative by the UN Secretary-General on a global ceasefire due to COVID-19 is nothing but hypocrisy. We call upon the international community to condemn strongly Armenia's policy of occupation against Azerbaijan and its provocative actions perpetrated along the border. Armenia's leadership bears full and sole responsibility for the current situation. 2020-07-12 No:158/20, Statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan On July 12, the armed forces of Armenia attempted to attack, using artillery, in order to seize positions in the direction of Tovuz region along the state border between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The attack of the enemy forces was prevented by retaliatory measures. As a result of the combat, three servicemen of the Azerbaijani army were killed and four were injured. This provocative act of the Armenian armed forces should be seen as a continuation of the recent actions and statements of the leadership of aggressor state Armenia, which serve to increase tensions in the region. Armenia, which has reflected its aggressive policy in the country's national security strategy, openly demonstrates that it aims to seize new positions and increase tensions in the region instead of eliminating the consequences of the conflict and withdrawing its occupying forces from the internationally recognized territories of Azerbaijan. This provocation by Armenia casts serious doubt on the essence of the negotiations mediated by the OSCE Minsk Group co-chairs on the settlement of the Armenia-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Armenia is trying to involve third countries in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict with such provocative actions. Nevertheless, the position of the international community on Armenia's aggressive policy is quite well known. All provocations of the enemy forces will be adequately prevented from this time onward as well. Armenia bears full responsibility for such provocative actions that serve to 
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