Armenia to Ignore UN Debates On Frozen Conflicts

YEREVAN (Armenpress)–A spokesman for Armenian foreign ministry said Armenia will not react in any way to two motions, included in the UN General Assembly’s 62-nd session, which are supposed to be put to debate on September 25.
The spokesman, Vladimir Karapetian, said one motion was submitted by Azerbaijan and the other by GUAM (Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova). Both are related to so-the called %u218frozen’ post-Soviet conflicts.
Vladimir Karapetian said Armenia will ignore both motions because it does believe there is a need to discuss these issues at the UN General Assembly’s session.
Both motions were included originally in the previous 61st session, but were not discussed and were incorporated into the new session’s agenda.
Earlier Armenia’s permanent representative to the UN, Armen Martirosian, said the countries which are well aware of the true reasons behind the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict find that politicization of this issue may jeopardize the ongoing talks handled by the OSCE Minsk Group.


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