Yesterday, the Belgian Flemish Parliament unanimously adopted a resolution condemning the hostilities in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh). The European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy (EAFJD) on Thursday issued a statement about this.
"In particular, it states that the ceasefire reached on October 12 was violated by the bombing of [Artsakh capital] Stepanakert by Azerbaijan. It emphasizes that Azerbaijan violates international humanitarian law, targets non-military facilities, as a result of which the civilian population of Artsakh suffers the most.
The resolution states that Turkey's geopolitical interests are destabilizing the region. It [the resolution] also refers to the use of Syrian terrorist mercenaries by the Turkish authorities to fight against Artsakh.
The preamble to the Flemish Parliament's resolution presents, in detail, the background to the Karabakh conflict," the EAFJD statement also reads.