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Artsakh Appeals for UN Recognition to Prevent Genocide

Artsakh Appeals for UN Recognition to Prevent Genocide

The parliament of Artsakh has issued a call to action, urging member states of the United Nations to grant recognition to its independence. The move is aimed at invoking the principle of Remedial Secession as a means to avert the looming threat of genocide posed by Azerbaijan.

In an official statement, lawmakers in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) emphasized that the recognition of their region's sovereignty by UN member states would serve as a steadfast safeguard for the security and well-being of its population. They believe that such recognition would facilitate a conducive environment for the Artsakh people to lead a normal life in their homeland, thereby fostering stability and enduring peace within the broader region.

This plea from Artsakh’s parliament underscores the urgency of the situation, as the region grapples with the aftermath of the conflict and strives to ensure the safety of its inhabitants. The call for international recognition as a means to counter the threat of genocide stands as a pivotal moment in the ongoing efforts to achieve lasting security and stability in the region.


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