European Parliament adopts scandalous sanctions resolution against Azerbaijan

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European Parliament(EP) adopted a sanctions resolution against Azerbaijan, which liberated Karabakh under 30-year Armenian occupation with an operation. The European Parliament, claiming that the ceasefire in Karabakh was violated, demanded sanctions against Azerbaijani officials.

European Parliament adopts scandalous sanctions resolution against Azerbaijan

European Parliament(EP) adopted a sanctions resolution against Azerbaijan, which liberated Karabakh under 30-year Armenian occupation with an operation. The European Parliament, claiming that the ceasefire in Karabakh was violated, demanded sanctions against Azerbaijani officials. This resolution of theParliament was adopted with 491 votes in favor, 9 against, and 36 abstentions.

The European Parliamentcondemned Azerbaijan's military operation against Nagorno-Karabakh. It was argued that the ceasefire in Karabakh was violated and sanctions were requested to be imposed on "responsible" Azerbaijani officials. The resolution was adopted with 491 votes in favor, 9 against, and 36 abstentions. The resolution, which used scandalous expressions such as Azerbaijan's "violent seizure of Nagorno-Karabakh" called for sanctions against those responsible, as well as for the European Union(EU) to review its relations with Baku.

"IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE URGED TO ARMENIA"

The call for immediate assistance to Armenia to manage the influx of refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh has been made to the European Union and its member states. There have also been attempts to depict the Azerbaijani army as potential war criminals, based on unverified claims of threats to Armenia's territorial integrity. A warning has been issued against any potential military actions.

"SUSPENSION OF TALKS WITH BAKU PROPOSED"

The European Parliament has urged the European Union to suspend all negotiations with Baku regarding the renewed partnership. Furthermore, they have called for the temporary suspension of the visa facilitation agreement's implementation. The resolution also emphasizes the need to reduce reliance on oil and gas imports from Azerbaijan.

Source: Newsroom

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