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Tigran Abrahamyan: 44-Day War and Closing of Lachin Corridor Once Again Prove that Artsakh Armenians Cannot in Any Way Live in Azerbaijan
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The ongoing processes around Artsakh are expressed by the territorial ambitions towards Armenia and the aggression against Artsakh by Azerbaijan. In the context of xenophobia of Azerbaijan and bellicose statements in Artsakh there is a problem of physical existence. The 44-day war and the closing of the Lachin Corridor once again prove that the Artsakh Armenians cannot in any way live in Azerbaijan: the Secretary of the NA With Honor Faction Tigran Abrahamyan said about this at the meeting with the Head of Programmes & Knowledge at the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy (NIMD) Wouter Dol and the Senior Programme and Knowledge Advisor Reem Judeh.

“The issue of Artsakh is not a territorial problem, but the issue of the realization of the self-determination of the Armenians living for hundred years there, which stems from the international law. People living there have the right to control their destiny,” Tigran Abrahamyan said.

Let us note that the Netherlands Institute for Multiparty Democracy designs to implement the programme ‘Political Parties for Inclusive Democracy’ in Armenia. Wouter Dol noted that the aim of the visit is to study and find out what opportunities are there to implement their programmes in our country. The guests presented the aim, the main provisions and principles of the programme and their vision of forming democratic culture.

In his turn, Tigran Abrahamyan detailed the activities of their party (RPA) from the past, the core of the cooperation with the international counterparts and expressed readiness for collaboration within the framework of the programme.

The sides reached an agreement to discuss the perspectives and concrete directions of cooperation in the near future.

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