YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 23, ARMENPRESS. Addressing the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that international observation mission to the Armenia-Azerbaijan bordering areas would be an important factor for regional stability.
“The Armenian democracy is struggling in an atmosphere, when Azerbaijan is using force every day, to impose its plans unilaterally, to bring to the end the Armenian statehood, independence and democracy.
But I’m here to announce that we are determined to defend our democracy, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity by all means. I want to underscore that diplomatic solutions are an absolute priority for us and the full engagement and support of international community is crucial. In this regard I would like to mention, that the international observation mission to the Armenia-Azerbaijan bordering areas would be an important factor for regional stability.
Undeniably, in the interests of regional stability and in accordance with norms and principles of international law Azerbaijani military forces must be withdrawn from the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia.
Ladies and gentlemen, I want to stress again: we are determined to build peace in our region, but we need the full support of international community, which will stand by the sovereign and democratic country and people subjected to aggression against the norms and principles of international law.
I believe in the potential of establishing long-term stability, security and peace and Armenia is committed to continuing diplomatic efforts to this end,” Pashinyan said.