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Международное сообщество должно решительно осудить статус-кво в нагорно-карабахском конфликте – эксперт

13 апреля 2016 18:28 (UTC+04:00)

БАКУ/Trend/ – Вчерашнее заявление ЕС, возможно, является самым важным заявлением по нагорно-карабахскому конфликту за последние годы, сказал Trend по электронной почте политический аналитик, эксперт по международным отношениям Университета Маркетта (США) Питер Тейс.

Вчера на пленарной сессии Европарламента, проходящей в Страсбурге, верховный представитель ЕС Федерика Могерини отметила, что статус-кво, установленный на оккупированных территориях Азербайджана, может привести лишь к еще большему насилию.

“Вызывает удивление, почему США до сих пор не выступили с заявлением, осуждающим статус-кво, установленный на оккупированных территориях Азербайджана”, – сказал Тейс,

По его словам, Армения должна срочно освободить оккупированные территории Азербайджана.

“Армения причинила слишком много боли и страданий азербайджанскому народу, Азербайджан на протяжении более двадцати лет терпеливо справляется с проблемами беженцев и вынужденных переселенцев. Настало время для того, чтобы международное сообщество, ЕС и ОБСЕ, а также ведущие государства мира, такие как США, Япония, Пакистан, Индонезия, наложили экономические санкции на Армению до тех пор, пока она не откажется от оккупации территорий Азербайджана”, – сказал он.

2 апреля все приграничные позиции Азербайджана подвергались интенсивному обстрелу из крупнокалиберного оружия, минометов, гранатометов и артиллерийских установок. Кроме того, был обстрелян ряд населенных пунктов вблизи линии соприкосновения войск, где компактно проживает гражданское население. В результате обстрелов есть погибшие и раненые среди гражданского населения.

С 12:00 пятого апреля по соглашению сторон операции на линии соприкосновения азербайджанских и армянских войск остановлены.

Со 2 апреля и до достижения соглашения о прекращении огня 5 апреля армия Азербайджана уничтожила более 370 военнослужащих противника, 12 танков, 12 единиц бронетехники и 15 артиллерийских установок.

Конфликт между двумя южно-кавказскими странами возник в 1988 году ввиду территориальных претензий Армении к Азербайджану. Нагорный Карабах и семь прилегающих к нему районов – 20 процентов территории Азербайджана – находятся под оккупацией вооруженных сил Армении.

В мае 1994 года стороны достигли режима прекращения огня, и до сих пор под эгидой Минской группы ОБСЕ и при сопредседательстве России, Франции и США ведутся пока еще безуспешные мирные переговоры.

Принятые Советом безопасности ООН четыре резолюции по освобождению оккупированного Нагорного Карабаха и прилегающих к нему территорий до сих пор не выполняются Арменией.

 

Международное сообщество должно решительно осудить статус-кво в нагорно-карабахском конфликте – эксперт

Азербайджан продемонстрирует миру демократические ценности и вековые традиции – эксперт

21 апреля 2016 13:22 (UTC+04:00)

БАКУ/ Trend/ – Во время седьмого Глобального форума Альянса цивилизаций ООН Баку превратится в столицу мира, собрав на одной площадке свыше 2500 лидеров из 140 стран мира, сказал Trend в четверг по электронной почте политический аналитик, эксперт по международным отношениям Университета Маркетта (США) Питер Тейс.

Азербайджан снова продемонстрирует свои достижения, демократические ценности и вековые традиции, сказал Тейс.

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Expert: Azerbaijan to show democratic values to the world

 

 

Baku, Azerbaijan, April 21

By Anakhanum Khidayatova – Trend:

The upcoming 7th Global Forum of the UN Alliance of Civilizations, to be held in Baku April 25-27, 2016, will bring together over 2,500 public policy leaders, diplomats, representatives of international governments and scholars from over 140 countries, Peter Tase, political analyst, told Trend via e-mail Apr. 21.

Tase, who is also an expert on international relations at the Marquette University, wrote that during the next week Azerbaijan will show once again to the world the growth and dynamic processes of democratic values in government and civil society.

“Azerbaijan will also show sustainable development accomplishments and its multifaceted cultural and centuries old traditions that are admired by many nations of the world,” Tase wrote.

 

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Azerbaijan’s participation in US nuclear summit – reliable partnership between countries

8 January 2016 17:20 

Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 8

By Anakhanum Khidayatova – Trend:

Azerbaijan’s participation in the upcoming Nuclear Security Summit testifies that Azerbaijan is the US reliable ally in the field of security in the Caspian region, Peter Tase, the political analyst, the expert on international relations at the Marquette University (US), told Trend Jan. 8.

“This is also the testimony of many accomplishments that the Azerbaijani government has achieved in the fields of democracy building, institutional building and respect of human rights, reliable ally towards preserving peace and stability in the Caspian region and beyond,” he said.

“It is in the strategic interest of the US government to give priority to the peaceful solution of the protracted Nagorno-Karabakh armed conflict and emerge as the primary advocate of the territorial integrity of the Republic of Azerbaijan,” the expert said.

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Multiculturalism year in Azerbaijan to help consolidate peace

11 January 2016 20:35 

Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 11

By Anakhanum Hidayatova – Trend:

Azerbaijani president’s decree declaring 2016 the Year of Multiculturalism in Azerbaijan will contribute to strengthening of peace and stability not only in the Caucasus, but also in the whole world, said Peter Tase, political analyst and international relations expert at Marquette University.

President Ilham Aliyev signed a decree Jan. 11 declaring 2016 the Year of Multiculturalism in Azerbaijan to maintain, further develop and promote the traditions of multiculturalism.

“This decision makes Azerbaijan a socially progressive country, which protects human rights and contributes to the development of pluralism,” Tase told Trend Jan. 11.

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Khojaly Massacre In Azerbaijan: Commemorating 24th Anniversary

2 February 2016 18:08 

Peter Tase, the political analyst, the expert on international relations at the Marquette University (US) for Eurasiareview

As we take a look back in history, one of the greatest tragedies in the latest century is the Khojaly Massacre orchestrated by the Armenian Army that killed at least 613 ethnic Azerbaijani civilians from the town of Khojaly on February 25-26, 1992, during the War of Nagorno-Karabakh: 63 of them were children, 106 of them were women and 70 were old people. Eight families were completely destroyed, 25 children lost both of their parents, 130 children lost only one of their parents, 657 men became disabled, and 1275 were captivated and the fate of 150 captivated men is still unknown.

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Archeological treasures of Nakhchivan

28 March 2016 10:13 

Peter Tase, the political analyst, the expert on international relations at the Marquette University (US) for Foreignpolicynews.org

Numerous archeological monuments of the early Iron Age in Nakhchivan, a province of the Republic of Azerbaijan, have an indispensable contribution towards shedding more light on the cultural, archeological and agricultural developments that have taken place throughout various centuries before and after Christ, in the outskirts of Europe. Archeological assents and sites located within the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan, require a highly detailed attention by international scholars who dedicate much of their time to the study of archeological artifacts, trends of ancient architecture and analyze valuable objects throughout Europe and Asia. Archeological sites such as Ilikligaya, Ilikligaya Monument, Irinchoy Ancient Site and the Sanctuary of Iydali Piri in Kangarli region, are unique archeological sites that ought to receive a greater attention by international scholars who dedicate most of their research to the study of pre-historic archeology, ancient European history and conduct expanded global research focused on the discovery of new clues that pertain to European civilization as well as to one of the world’s ancient tribes that were indigenous to the territories of Azerbaijan and have been living for centuries in the Autonomous Republic of Nakhchivan.

 

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EU turns blind eye towards pro-European aspirations of Azerbaijan – expert

Baku, Azerbaijan, April 21

By Anakhanum Khidayatova – Trend:

The EU is turning a blind eye towards the pro-European aspirations of Azerbaijan and Turkey, political analyst, expert on international relations at Marquette University (USA), Peter Tase told Trend April 21.

“The EU is also favoring Yerevan despite the fact that Armenia is a trusted satellite of Russia,” he said. “The latter is experiencing heavy economic sanctions from the West and EU countries.”

“Armenia, a member of Eurasian Economic Union (EAU), has a tarnished and underdeveloped economy,” he said. “It has a biased foreign policy which is closely coordinated with Moscow. It conducts consistent campaigns towards manipulating the Southern Caucasus history. It is also causing irreparable damage to image of Azerbaijan in the world.”

The expert said that on the other hand, Baku’s foreign policy and attitude in international affairs is as mature and sophisticated as any other country of Western Europe.

“Azerbaijan’s promotion of peaceful solution of the current obstacles that hinder national territorial integrity of the country is one of the essential values of Western moral thought and traditions,” he said.

“Meanwhile, these great principles in Azerbaijan’s foreign policy are not cherished and valued accordingly by Brussels and European Commission,” the expert said.

“While keeping this vacuum in mind, Washington, D.C. must play a more effective role in providing a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and withdraw itself from taking actions based on the manipulations and fabrications undertaken by Armenian public relations organizations,” he said.

The conflict between the two South Caucasus countries began in 1988 when Armenia made territorial claims against Azerbaijan. As a result of the ensuing war, in 1992 Armenian armed forces occupied 20 percent of Azerbaijan, including the Nagorno-Karabakh region and seven surrounding districts.

The two countries signed a ceasefire agreement in 1994. The co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, Russia, France and the US are currently holding peace negotiations. Armenia has not yet implemented the UN Security Council’s four resolutions on the liberation of the Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding regions.

Peter Tase is the author of “Simultaneous Dictionary in Five Languages, Guarani, Albanian, English, Italian, Spanish” and Author of three books on Paraguayan and Latin American Studies.

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