BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev announced during an interview with the BBC that Azerbaijan will sue Armenia for damage to the infrastructure in Karabakh and property of Azerbaijani citizens.

“We will invite international experts to assess the damage to our infrastructure and civilians who have lost their homes and our historical heritage. After that, there will be lawsuits against the Armenian state, and we are preparing for that,” Aliyev said on Monday.

For his part, the assistant to the Azerbaijani President Hikmat Hajiyev accused Armenia of “environmental terrorism” today, referring to its destruction of forests and damage to the environment in the Karabakh region.

On November 8, the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Karabakh, Lucini Karakhanian, announced the destruction of more than 70 schools and 10 kindergartens since the beginning of the armed clashes, which were renewed last September 27 at the line of contact.

 

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Stern Daler
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2020-11-09 23:24

Only a Shiite Turk, a Greek or a Jew can have the idea to sue about the damages do by the own troops.

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2020-11-10 02:11
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I feel that US and Germans did it too… I have no remembrance of such details from Greeks or Israelis but these are just details, unlike when Le Pen labelled gas chambers as details while these weren’t.

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2020-11-11 03:42
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Le Pen is an idiot like AfD. Greek partisans blew up roads factories etc. while German occupation troops defended these. Later the Greeks claimed compensation for the damages not prevented. Israel does an did the same with Palestinians. And vice versa. Hamas etc. must be de-funded. EU is the biggest payer. Palestinians are fake refugees. p.s. IMHO the Azeri plan an ethnic cleansing and prepare a case against possible Armenian compensation demands. BTW. You must understand that my inner family was affected by the ethnic cleansings and other war crimes of the Allies. YOU! That is why I am so… Read more »