US doesn't recognize Nagorno-Karabakh separatist regime - Embassy

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The position of the U.S. remains unchanged. The U.S, like other countries, such as Armenia, doesn’t recognize the de-facto Nagorno-Karabakh separatist regime.


The U.S. Embassy in Baku said the above-mentioned in a statement in response to the fact that Ambassador Robert Cekuta was summoned to the Foreign Ministry and received a note of protest, Defence.az reported.

“The United States supports the work of the OSCE Minsk Group and will continue its efforts to achieve a solution to the conflict through negotiations based on the Helsinki Final Act principles, especially those relating to the non-use of force, territorial integrity, and equal rights and self-determination of peoples”, said the embassy.

On March 12, U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan Robert Cekuta was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in connection with the visit of Bako Sahakyan, who is the “president” of the illegal regime created in the occupied Azerbaijani territories, to the US and the event promoting the fictitious regime in the US Congress.

Cekuta received a note of protest, sent by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan to the US State Department.

Meanwhile, Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the US, having held a meeting in the State Department, presented the protest of Azerbaijan to the American side.

The note says that getting an American visa on the Armenian passport and entering the US on the basis of unreliable information provided by Bako Sahakyan, a resident of the Khankendi city of Azerbaijan’s Nagorno-Karabakh region, permission to carry out activities that propagate an illegal separatist regime in relevant US institutions and aim at collecting finance in the United States in support of the occupation of Azerbaijani territories, contradict the norms and principles of international law, the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, the bilateral documents signed between Azerbaijan and the United States, and the official position of the United States.

Banu Salmanli



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US doesn't recognize Nagorno-Karabakh separatist regime - Embassy

2018/03/357656-1520928777-1520931743.jpg
Read: 1138     12:58     13 March 2018    

The position of the U.S. remains unchanged. The U.S, like other countries, such as Armenia, doesn’t recognize the de-facto Nagorno-Karabakh separatist regime.


The U.S. Embassy in Baku said the above-mentioned in a statement in response to the fact that Ambassador Robert Cekuta was summoned to the Foreign Ministry and received a note of protest, Defence.az reported.

“The United States supports the work of the OSCE Minsk Group and will continue its efforts to achieve a solution to the conflict through negotiations based on the Helsinki Final Act principles, especially those relating to the non-use of force, territorial integrity, and equal rights and self-determination of peoples”, said the embassy.

On March 12, U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan Robert Cekuta was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in connection with the visit of Bako Sahakyan, who is the “president” of the illegal regime created in the occupied Azerbaijani territories, to the US and the event promoting the fictitious regime in the US Congress.

Cekuta received a note of protest, sent by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan to the US State Department.

Meanwhile, Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the US, having held a meeting in the State Department, presented the protest of Azerbaijan to the American side.

The note says that getting an American visa on the Armenian passport and entering the US on the basis of unreliable information provided by Bako Sahakyan, a resident of the Khankendi city of Azerbaijan’s Nagorno-Karabakh region, permission to carry out activities that propagate an illegal separatist regime in relevant US institutions and aim at collecting finance in the United States in support of the occupation of Azerbaijani territories, contradict the norms and principles of international law, the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council, the bilateral documents signed between Azerbaijan and the United States, and the official position of the United States.

Banu Salmanli



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