'We are concerned about tolerance for the violation of Helsinki Final Act principles'

Tbilisi, July 5, AZERTAC

"We are concerned about tolerance for the violation of Helsinki Final Act principles," said head of the Azerbaijani delegation to the OSCE PA, deputy speaker of the Milli Majlis Bahar Muradova as she addressed the final plenary session of the OSCE PA in Tbilisi.

She expressed her regret that the organization failed to establish a unified network for combating terrorism. “However we have unchanging principles of the Helsinki Final Act which are always topical and important. We also seriously concerned about the protracted conflicts in the region and this is a big threat to Europe too. Azerbaijan also faces such an attitude and this has continued for 25 years," she said.

Muradova underlined the resolutions reflecting the challenges facing Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova.

"We have always supported sovereignty and territorial integrity of all states. We are against changing these principles by force, and support the resolution of all conflicts, including in Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova on the basis of international law and the principles of the Helsinki Final Act," she added.

Khatayi Azizov

Special Correspondent

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