Baku. 22 January. REPORT.AZ/ National Council of Slovenia adopted decision on Armenian-Azerbaijan Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Report was told at Azerbaijani Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the decision was adopted by initiative of Council member Rudi Matjasic.
In the decision, National Council proposed Slovenia's government to support relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council on the conflict in the framework of efforts aimed at a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
The document says that all cases of ethnic cleansing, slaughter and mass murder of civilians should be strictly condemned as well as genocide committed in Azerbaijan's Khojali city by Armenian armed forces on February 26, 1992 emphasized as crimes against humanity as well as condolences expressed to Azerbaijani people on the occasion of 24th anniversary of the tragedy.
Notably, various documents, recognizing Khojali tragedy as genocide and crime against humanity, condemning Armenian aggression and occupation towards Azerbaijan, supporting territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Azerbaijan and solution of the conflict under the UN SC resolutions No. 822(1993), 853(1993), 874(1993) and 884(1993), adopted by the parliaments of Mexico, Pakistan, Honduras, Guatemala, Colombia, Panama, Peru, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sudan, the Czech Republic, Romania and local legislative authorities of 16 US states, Organization of Islamic Cooperation and its Parliamentary Union.