On Thursday, September 22, the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, at the UN tribune, accused Azerbaijan of committing the crime. “Unspeakable Atrocities” After a week of heavy fighting between the two rival countries. He particularly noted the mutilation of corpses.
“There is evidence of torture, mutilation of captured or dead soldiers, extrajudicial killings and ill-treatment of prisoners of war, as well as degrading treatment of corpses.said the Prime Minister before the UN General Assembly, which is being held in New York this week. He explained that “Azerbaijani soldier’s body mutilated and video taken by Azerbaijani soldiers”.
More than 7,600 IDPs
In the room, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov, who is scheduled to address the assembly this weekend, listened eagerly.
Deadly clashes that have left nearly 300 people dead began on September 13 along the border between the two countries, which blame each other in the most violent fighting since the 2020 war. Calm has returned in recent days, but the situation remains tense between the rivals. Former Soviet republics.
Armenia’s prime minister also accused Baku of bombing civilian infrastructure, forcing more than 7,600 people to flee. “Armenia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity”.
Source: Le Monde
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