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Nagorno-Karabakh conflict discussed at Hokkaido Central Eurasia Conference

Nagorno-Karabakh conflict discussed at Hokkaido Central Eurasia Conference

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Date: 15 December 2015 15:36

Tokyo, December 15 AZERTAC
The 121st session of Hokkaido Central Eurasia Conference was held on “Azerbaijan`s refugees and IDPs` position to Nagorno-Karabakh problem.
Chairman of the Foreign Students Organization Alibay Mammadov delivered a report in the conference. The Chairman highlighted the cause and consequences of Armenia-Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The Chairman spoke of the resolutions adopted by the international organizations, including UN on immediate, unconditional withdrawal of Armenian Armed Forces from Azerbaijan`s occupied territories.
The speakers touched upon the Khojaly massacre and condemned the genocide as one of the serious crimes in the world.
He also spoke about the large works carried out in the field of establishment of state under leadership of national leader Heydar Aliyev. "This policy was successfully continued by President Ilham Aliyev." He said. Alibay Mammadov highlighted economy of Azerbaijan, as well as dynamical development of the relevant field over the last years. He also spoke about the reports of the international organizations, which applauded the economic reforms and the current business environment in Azerbaijan. The expert underlined the role of Azerbaijan in ensuring the energy security of Europe.
Taro Tsukimura, Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Doshisha University highlighted the importance of holding the session.
Vugar Agayev
Special Correspondent

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