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Canada Thousands of Armenians gathered to demand "recognition" of the independence of Nagorno-Karabakh

22:55  25 october  2020
22:55  25 october  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

Pain and pride at the funeral of an Azerbaijani soldier

 Pain and pride at the funeral of an Azerbaijani soldier © Bulent Kilic The family of an Azerbaijani soldier killed in Nagorno Karabakh, in a cemetery, October 15, 2020 "Oh my son!": Kneeling on the grave of an Azerbaijani soldier killed in Nagorno Karabakh, a crying mother recites a prayer. In the distance echoes the sound of shells falling on the front line. "He left his mother alone. He left his sisters too.

Armenian Americans and their allies gathered outside the buildings of news outlets in Hollywood Saturday In the days since, thousands of Armenian Americans have come together for multiple Nagorno - Karabakh is made up of 95% Christian Armenians who have been inhabiting the region for

Armenian parliamentarians have presented to the government the bill "On Recognition of the Republic of Artsakh". On the same day, President Serzh Sargsyan announced his intention to recognize the independence of Nagorno - Karabakh , if the military actions in this region grow into a

  Des milliers d'Arméniens réunis pour demander la © Provided by Le Point

"Artsakh is ours", thousands of Armenians - between 15 and 20,000 depending on the organizers, 4,200 according to the police - demanded Sunday at Paris the "recognition" by France and the international community of the independence of Nagorno-Karabakh, scene of violent fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces.

"Stop Turkish-Azeri aggression", "stop indifference", French and Armenian flags side by side, a determined crowd gathered at the Place du Trocadéro to demand that France abandon "its neutrality" vis-à-vis the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.

"We are the descendants of the Armenian genocide of 1915, Armenians are once again the target of an extermination attempt", denounced, from a platform, Ara Toranian, co-president of the Ccaf (coordination council of the Armenian organizations of France).

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  Trudeau talks Nagorno-Karabakh war with Armenian, Turkish leaders, calls for dialogue Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he spoke with his Armenian counterpart Nikol Pashinyan this morning to express Canada's concerns about the war in Nagorno-Karabakh between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces that has raged on for weeks. Speaking at a press conference in Ottawa, Trudeau said he told Pashinyan that "Canada will continue to work extremely hard with our allies to put an end to the violence. "I encourage all sides to engage in dialogue to find a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

Canada Armenians stage strong protest demanding recognition of Karabakh independence 11:58 WarGonzo: Turkey sends 1 "We demand that Spain recognize the independence of Artsakh. We demand that Spain stop selling weapons to terrorist Turkey because, with that, they are killing civilians.

Canada Armenians stage strong protest demanding recognition of Karabakh independence 11:58 WarGonzo: Turkey sends 1 "We demand that Spain recognize the independence of Artsakh. We demand that Spain stop selling weapons to terrorist Turkey because, with that, they are killing civilians.

He accused "a pan-Turkish coalition" of having started the conflict at the end of September so that Azerbaijan seizes the enclave of Nagorny Karabakh, an Armenian-majority region which proclaimed its independence after the fall of the USSR , during a war that killed 30,000 people.

Today, said Mr. Toranian, "it is not a war when you have on one side Turkey with 80 million inhabitants, the Azeris with 8 million, and on the other only 4 million Armenians and a small piece of Armenian land populated by 140,000 inhabitants ". "This is an attempted mass murder with military means," he said, denouncing Turkey's involvement.

The crowd then started chanting "Recep Erdogan, terrorist".

Armenia accuses Ankara of providing "military technical support" and of having sent "terrorists" to help Azerbaijan "recover its occupied lands", in the words of Mr. Erdogan.

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 New attempt for ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh In the conflict over the South Caucasus region of Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia and Azerbaijan have agreed on a new "humanitarian ceasefire". This should apply from midnight. It remains to be seen whether the agreement will hold. © Aris Messinis / AFP / Getty Images Provided by Deutsche Welle Doubts are in any case appropriate. After all, a ceasefire has actually been in place since last week, but the fighting continued.

Canada Armenians stage strong protest demanding recognition of Karabakh independence 11:58 WarGonzo: Turkey sends 1 "We demand that Spain recognize the independence of Artsakh. We demand that Spain stop selling weapons to terrorist Turkey because, with that, they are killing civilians.

The Nagorno - Karabakh conflict is an ethnic and territorial conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed region of Nagorno - Karabakh , inhabited mostly by ethnic Armenians

The co-president of Ccaf justified Armenia's support for Nagorno-Karabakh: "we share their values, freedom, democracy, feminism", he said, criticizing the silence of Europe where "we nevertheless like to cry over the fate of the Christians of the East".

"France must take its responsibilities, the time is no longer for diplomacy. For 30 years, we negotiated, but today the Turkish-Azeri armada is raining a deluge of fire on Nagorno-Karabakh", he said, calling on President Emmanuel Macron to "go to the end of his logic, after having denounced the presence of Syrian jihadists, and to say stop to Turkey".

Paris must, according to him, "politically recognize the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and protect it".

"Recognition, recognition", then resumed in chorus the crowd.

"resistance to fanaticism"

Patrick Karam, vice-president of the Ile de France regional council, originally from Armenia, strongly attacked Turkey.

Nagorno Karabakh. Despite the truce, Armenians and Azerbaijanis accuse each other of new attacks

 Nagorno Karabakh. Despite the truce, Armenians and Azerbaijanis accuse each other of new attacks © BULENT KILIC / AFP Damage caused by the fighting in the town of Terter. The Nagorno Karabakh truce was to come into effect on Sunday. On Monday, Armenians and Azerbaijanis however accuse each other of new attacks. Armenians and Azerbaijani accused each other of new attacks on Monday, October 19 in the morning, an "humanitarian truce" supposed to come into force the day before still remaining a dead letter in the conflict in the separatist region of Nagorno Karabakh .

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff on Friday called on the United States to recognize the independence of Nagorno - Karabakh , also known as the Republic of Artsakh.

The representatives of the Armenian community, young and old, have gathered near the UN headquarters in New York , surrounding the corner from the Consulate General of Azerbaijan to protest against Azerbaijan's aggression, The Armenian Weekly wrote on its page.

"Erdogan must be brought before an international tribunal, kicked out of NATO, Europe must tell him out. (Ilham) Aliev (the Azerbaijani president) must be ostracized from the international community", continued the elected.

For him, the "neutrality (in this conflict) of France insulted by Erdogan and humiliated Europe is complicity".

Journalist Franz Olivier Giesbert, columnist for the weekly Le Point, married to an Armenian, brought his solidarity "to the Armenian people who embody resistance to fanaticism, barbarism, corruption and national-Islamism. 'Erdogan and Aliev ".

He also criticized "the neutrality" defended by French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, calling it "cowardice in the face of corrupt and corrupting leaders" using oil dollars to buy weapons.

Speaking also to Minister Le Drian, Jean-Michel Ekherian, a doctor who has just returned from Nagorno-Karabakh, wished to testify to the use by Azerbaijani forces of "unconventional weapons".

The surgeon denounced the role of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in selling lethal weapons like drones to Azerbaijan. "It concerns you and your clique, not the population or the Jews", he made clear, adding: "money is a good servant but a bad master".

He also addressed the Azerbaijani people, "deprived of access to social networks like Facebook and Twitter": "your government is cheating on you and stealing from you, they are going to look for children in families to enlist them by force".

25/10/2020 20:04:29 - Paris (AFP) - © 2020 AFP

Azerbaijan accuses Armenia of killing 21 civilians in a missile attack .
© VAHRAM BAGHDASARYAN / EPA Azerbaijan accuses Yerevan of carrying out a missile attack and causing the death of 21 civilians in Nagorno-Karabakh. This attack, the second in two days, is the worst from a civilian toll in a month of fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh. Yerevan immediately denied this accusation from Baku.

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