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27 November, Friday


The bombing of Barda is a war crime which Pashinyan and his generals are responsible - British Journalist

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Over two days, the region of Barda of Azerbaijan has came under the missile attack of Armenian Armed Forces, and killed 26 civilians and wounded more than 80 people and damaged a number of properties and objects. All people are in shock throughout Azerbaijan over the acts of terror making women and children victims.

With bombing the peaceful cities far from the conflict zone, the Armenian regime indicates that it continues to enjoy committing brutal crimes against the innocent civilians of Azerbaijan in violation of International Law and Geneva Conventions.

The prominent British journalist Neol Watson condemned the Armenian missile attack at the residential areas in the region of Barda.

He said that the bombing of Barda is a war crime which Pashinyan and his generals are responsible.

“In my view the continued bombing of Barda using Russian-built Scud missiles and cluster bombs is a war crime for which Pashinyan and his generals should be punished. This is a continuation of the Armenian genocide policy against Azerbaijani people, which resulted in the March Days of 1918 and the Khojaly Genocide of 1992, amongst many other inhuman atrocities,” Watson stressed.

Touching upon the 51 article of UN Charter reflecting the self-defence, he noted that Azerbaijan has right to strike the military positions in Armenia targeting the cities of Azerbaijan.

“After one month of Armenian aggression directed against Azerbaijani civilian towns and cities, Azerbaijan is perfectly in its rights to fire on Armenian military positions,” he said.

“However, the Azerbaijani President will have to ensure that technology is used to avoid Armenian civilian casualties. Azerbaijanis are human people, unlike Armenians,” he added.

Furthermore, the British journalist underlined the importance of imposing sanctions on Armenia over its aggression against its neighbour, and at the same time he regretted that the international community is still silent to the Armenian brutalities.

“I think that sanctions on Armenia should be imposed by the international community, but their impact may not be as great as we hope. Armenia is supported by Russia, Iran and its Diaspora and this will not end,” he said.

 

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