in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/crimes-after-1990/
A partial List of crimes committed by Azerbaijan after 1990. Some were noted in the Statement of the group of organizations of January 12, 2020. List of crimes before the end of 1990 – here.
1991-1994 – large-scale aggression against the NKR and the border regions of the Republic of Armenia (RA).
February 1992 — the killing of their own citizens and Meskhetian Turks near city Agdam when they left Khojaly along a humanitarian corridor made by Armenians.
2004 — the heroization of Ramil Safarov – the murderer of a sleeping Armenian officer. The name of Ramil immediately became the most popular for newborns throughout Azerbaijan.
2005 — The Republic of Azerbaijan is a state whose government destroyed and continues to destroy many of the ancient Armenian monuments, churches and cultural heritage of the Armenian people. Evidence of all this is the destruction of 89 medieval Armenian churches, 5480 khachkars (stone crosses) and 22,700 burials located in the Armenian territories of Azerbaijan, Artsakh and Nakhijevan, including 400 khachkars in Agulis.
April 2016 – the outbreak of a four-day war and aggression against the Armenians of Artsakh and the Republic of Artsakh, the committing of new war crimes.
April 2016 — atrocities against civilians of the village Talysh during the four-day war
1988 – to the present – blockade of NKR, RA, obstruction of the right to free development.
1988 – to the present – Under conditions of weak control of the international community, the Republic of Azerbaijan is building up its military potential, surpassing and violating all established permissible weapons standards, inciting to regional instability. The authorities of the Republic of Azerbaijan sow Armenophobia, xenophobia, racism, incite blind ethnic hatred, propaganda and preparation for new wars and genocide, especially among the younger generation.
1988 – to the present — the hunt for “witches”, for people with Armenian blood from mixed marriages.
1988 – to the present — the persecution of cultural representatives who dared to voice the truth about their own people, the incessant military rhetoric.