Lithuanian journalist: When Armenia will admit Nagorno-Karabakh occupation was injustice?

Baku: “By not recognizing the invader, Lithuania both exposes itself to jeopardy and appear to have supported that invader,” Lithuanian journalist Gintaras Visockas wrote in an article.

Objecting to Serzh Sargsyan’s interview with Vladimir Putin, the journalist said an organization called Nagorno-Karabakh friendship group was established by MP Dalia Kuodytė at the Lithuanian Seimas.

“But there is no single sign of friendship in this group. At the time the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, Nagorno-Karabakh was part of Azerbaijan. Based on the international principles on border inviolability, this territory still belongs to Azerbaijan. But Nagorno-Karabakh has been separated from Azerbaijan at the expense of bloodshed,” the journalist wrote.

Visockas noted that small Armenia occupied Nagorno-Karabakh with big ambitions.

“Armenia is too small a country to invade Nagorno-Karabakh on its own. Therefore, Lithuania needs to understand that

Likewise it occupied Transnistria, Abkhazia and Crimea. In the parliaments of Latvia, Estonia, Poland there are no groups that support friendly relations with the occupying regime in Nagorno-Karabakh. Unfortunately, such a strange group was created in the Lithuanian Seimas, and it will not honor the country.

The journalist also expressed his surprise at the fact that Armenia blames Azerbaijan for the non-recognition of the “Armenian genocide” by Turkey.

“Statements of this kind are an exceptional audacity. Nagorno-Karabakh has not taken away from Armenia by Azerbaijan. Armenia together with Russia occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region. When Armenia will admit Nagorno-Karabakh occupation was injustice? When will Armenia admit a true act of genocide it committed in Khojaly in 1992?

SOURCE: Azeri Press News Agency