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EU Expresses Concern Over Aliyev's Territorial Claims on Armenia

EU Expresses Concern Over Aliyev's Territorial Claims on Armenia

In a press conference following the EU Council meeting in Brussels, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell voiced the European Union's apprehensions regarding Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's recent claims on Armenian territory. Borrell emphasized that any violation of Armenian sovereignty would result in significant consequences for Azerbaijan, indicating the seriousness with which the EU views the situation.

Borrell addressed the issue, stating, "Aliyev's territorial claims are of serious concern. Any violation of Armenian territory and sovereignty will have serious consequences for our relations with Azerbaijan." The EU's strong stance shows the importance of respecting international borders and sovereignty, emphasizing the potential impact on diplomatic relations between the European Union and Azerbaijan.

President Aliyev's territorial claims have raised eyebrows internationally, and the EU's expression of concern highlights the gravity of the situation. Borrell's statement serves as a clear warning against any actions that would compromise Armenian sovereignty, signaling the EU's commitment to upholding the principles of territorial integrity and international law.


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