False and cinic remarks by the representative of criminal authorities of Azerbaijan at the UN Security Council: miserable attempt to shade Baku’s genocidal policy and crimes

Statement by H.E. Mr. Yashar Aliyev Permanent Representative of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United Nations at the Security Council meeting 9397th 16 August 2023. Source: https://un.mfa.gov.az/en/news/3477/statement-by-he-mr-yashar-aliyev-permanent-representative-of-the-republic-of-azerbaijan-to-the-united-nations-at-the-security-council-meeting-9397th-16-august-2023 Critics of this cinic speech: by MFA of Rep. of Armenia – https://aga-tribunal.info/mfa-arm-18-8-2023/ by MFA of  Rep. of Artsakh – https://aga-tribunal.info/mfa-18-8-2023/

Representative of EU to UN: Movement through the Lachin corridor must be reopened by Azerbaijan immediately

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/gonzato-16-8-2023/ Statement on behalf of the European Union delivered by H.E. Mr. Silvio Gonzato, Chargé d’Affaires a.i., Delegation of the European Union to the United Nations, at the UN Security Council briefing related to “Armenia PR letter of 13 September 2022”. Source – official website of the European Union.

Representative of Switzerland at UN Security Council: We call Azerbaijan for compliance with the ICJ Court’s decisions

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/switzerland-16-8-2023/ Statement delivered by Switzerland at the United Nations Security Council Briefing on Armenia / Azerbaijan (Lachin corridor) on August 16,2023. Source (in  English and French): Federal Department of Foreign Affairs FDFA

French Representative to the UN: France calls for immediate, free and unhindered reopening of the Latchin corridor

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/estival-16-8-2023/ The statement by Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the UN Mrs Nathalie Estival-Broadhurst on August 16,2023 at Security Council meeting. Source of the text – here. Video from 14:25 at https://media.un.org/ru/asset/k14/k1498sf9lh

US Representative to the UN: Impartial, humane, and independent humanitarian access from Armenia to Nagorno Karabakh must not be hindered. Full stop!

in Russian – https://crossroadorg.info/thomas-16-8-2023/ Remarks by Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield at a UN Security Council Briefing on Armenia and Azerbaijan. Source of the text – here. Video from 1:00:30 at https://media.un.org/ru/asset/k14/k1498sf9lh

UN repr at Security Council: Azerbaijan must allow and facilitate the rapid and unimpeded passage of humanitarian relief for all civilians in need

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/en/wosornu-16-8-2023 On August 16, 2023 UN Security Council held a meeting on the humanitarian situation around the Lachin Corridor between Armenia and Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh). Below is a video and a brief of a speech by UN senior humanitarian affairs official (the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, OCHA) Edem Wosornu at the beginning of the meeting.

A letter by Mayor of Los Angeles Karen Bass and President of City Council of Los Angeles Paul Krekorian to Joe Biden blasting the illegal blockade of Artsakh by the Aliyev regime and demanding US action to end the blockade

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/la-4-1-2023/ On Jan 3, 2023 Mayor of Los Angeles Karen Bass and President of City Council of Los Angeles Paul Krekorian sent a letter to Joe Biden blasting the illegal blockade of Artsakh by the Aliyev regime and demanding US action to end the blockade. Source

Section 907 of the United States Freedom Support Act (1992)

in Russian – http://crossroadorg.info/section-907/ The FREEDOM Support Act of 1992 (Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets Support Act, FSA, HR 282) is an act passed by the United States Congress. Section 907 of the United States Freedom Support Act bans any kind of direct United States aid to the Azerbaijani government. This ban made Azerbaijan the only post-Soviet state not to receive direct aid from the United States government to facilitate economic and political stability.[1] Source:  Wikipedia