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Ilham Aliev is donating Karabakh to his allies for their support in letting him keep his dictatorship!
BayBak, Azerbaijan | 1657 days ago | Monday, 3rd November , 2008 , 11:16 [am] | Azerbaijan
|.|| the statement makes Azerbaijan to withdraw from its territories in Karabakh, allow International peacekeepers in the region and open a corridor between Armenia and Karabakh. This means, Azerbaijan will loose control over its lands under International laws those always support westerners!
It is said that the president of Azerbaijan has agreed to give independence to Karabakh Armenians in 15 years. That means, he will have support from Russia and west to stay in power for that long.
Regarding the principles designed in Madrid, Karabakh will slowly become an Armenian state then will join Armenia the country where, it self, is built in Azerbaijani territories too. It is stated in a singed agreement between the leaders of Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia.
According BayBak, the statement makes Azerbaijan to withdraw from its territories in Karabakh, allow International peacekeepers in the region and open a corridor between Armenia and Karabakh. This means, Azerbaijan will loose control over its lands under International laws those always support westerners!
It is said that the president of Azerbaijan has agreed to give independence to Karabakh Armenians in 15 years. That means, he will have support from Russia and west to stay in power for that long. After his recently won presidential election with no fear of opposition or criticism because of that fraud full election, he is now paying back to his supporters from both Russia and west.
It is obvious that foreign powers are seeking more resources and also lands in Middle East. Azerbaijan is the main strategic country which is capable of connecting Khazar (Caspian) sea to Black sea. Now, it seems that the time for redesigning of the map for Middle East has started where happens next?
According ANS, Azerbaijani, Armenian and Russian Presidents sign declaration on Daqliq Qarabaq
The Presidents’ Moscow meeting ended.
On November 2, following their trilateral meeting at the Russian leader`s Mayendorf residence in Moscow, Presidents Ilham Aliyev of Azerbaijan, Serzh Sargsyan of Armenia and Dmitry Medvedev of Russia signed a joint Declaration on Daqliq Qarabaq, AzerTag informs.
The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over Daqliq Qarabaq began in 1988 as the result of territorial claims by Armenia against Azerbaijan. Between 1988 â€“ 1994, Armenia occupied 20% of the Azerbaijani lands including the Daqliq Qarabaq and its seven neighboring regions. In 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed a ceasefire agreement.
President Dmitry Medvedev acquainted journalists with the text of the Declaration.
The document says: â€œWe have discussed – in an atmosphere of constructiveness – comprehensively and in detail the state and prospects of refulation of the Daqliq Qarabaq conflict through political means and through continuing a direct dialogue between Azerbaijan and Armenia mediated by Russia, the USA and France in the capacity of the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group.â€
In 1992, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE, now Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)) established Minsk Group, co-chaired by Russia, France and the US, to encourage a peaceful, negotiated resolution to the conflict.
The Presidents â€œdeclare that they will contribute to improving the situation in the South Caucasus and ensuring stability and security in the region through finding – on the basis of the principles and norms of the international law as well as the resolutions and documents adopted within this framework – a political solution to the Daqliq Qarabaq conflict that will create favorable conditions for economic development and overall cooperation in the region.â€
Presidents Ilham Aliyev, Serzh Sargsyan and Dmitry Medvedev â€œreiterate the importance of continuing the mediation efforts by the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs, taking into account their meeting with the sides in Madrid on November 29, 2007 and the following talks, to further develop the basic principles of the political settlement.â€
The three leaders agreed that â€œa peaceful settlement must be accompanied by legally binding international guarantees of all its aspects and stages.â€
The Declaration points out that the Presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia â€œhave agreed to continue the work â€“ including during their following high-level contacts â€“ on coordinating efforts towards political settlement of the Daqliq Qarabaq conflict, and have instructed their foreign ministers to intensify further steps in the talks process in collaboration with the OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairs.
The final paragraph of the Declaration says that the Presidents â€œconsider it important to encourage creation of conditions for realizing measures to strengthen confidence in the context of settlement efforts.â€
The document was signed in the presence of the Co-Chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group., Voice of a Nation