Today, on July 23, rallies will be held in different regions of Nagorno-Karabakh. According to NEWS.am sources in NKR, thousands of people participate in the meetings. The Karabakh people took to the streets, due to the decision by Hague International Court that Kosovo's unilateral secession from Serbia in 2008 did not violate international law.
A number of Karabakhi non-governmental organizations, namely the “Union of Karabakh War Veterans, “Motherhood”, youth organizations “Armenian Youth Club” and “Hayk’s Generation” take part in the protests.
No incidents are registered, everything is calm, former NKR MP Ashot Sargsyan told NEWS.am. “The rally in Martuni is over. People just took to the streets and unanimously indicated their will. There is not a single man in Karabakh who wants to be the citizen of Azerbaijan,” he added.
He also informed of a rally to be organized in the central square of Stepanakert in the evening. “Thousands will join the rally. Karabakh people are united and they show it to the entire world,” Ashot Sargsyan stated.
On July 22, the International Court of Justice in the Hague concluded that Kosovo’s unilateral secession from Serbia in 2008 did not violate international law.