Open Appeal to The United Nations, October 12, 2020

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/un-12-10-2020/ On September 27, 2020, Azerbaijan violated the ceasefire commitment to the OSCE Minsk Group and treacherously attacked the Republic of Artsakh, starting the third terrorist war in 30 years against the civilian population of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, NKR). In this war, Azerbaijan is joined by Turkey and terrorist groups such as ISIS jihadists from Syria[1] and fascist “Gray wolves” from Turkey. In all these aggressions, the Pan-Turkists have one goal – to complete the Armenian Genocide, which Ottoman Turkey began at the end of the 19th century[2].

Open Appeal to the UN on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the crimes of genocide committed by Azerbaijan against the Armenians in the city of Shushi (Artsakh, Nagorno-Karabakh)

in Armenian – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/tribunal_25-3-2020_hy/ in Western Armenian – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/tribunal_25-3-2020_wa/ in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/tribunal_25-3-2020/ in Turkish – https://aga-tribunal.info/tribunal_25-3-2020_tr/ On March 25, 2020, the International Public Tribunal for Crimes of Azerbaijan adopted an open Appeal to the UN on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the crimes of genocide committed by Azerbaijan against Armenians in the city Shushi (Artsakh, Nagorno Karabakh).

An Open Letter 27.7.1990 on Anti-Armenian Pogroms in the Soviet Union

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/open_27-7-1990/ Source – New York Times    Screenshot An Open Letter to the world community is a letter signed by 133 scholars and public figures with an appeal to the world community in connection with the anti-Armenian pogroms and blockade carried out in the Azerbaijan SSR. The letter was published in the New York Times on July 27, 1990.

Open appeal to February 28

(հայերեն – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/12-2-2019_hy/ на русском – https://aga-tribunal.info/12-2-2019) Respected Chairman of the National Assembly, respected deputies,   February 28 is the Day of Memory of the victims of the atrocities of Azerbaijan against the Armenian people. Unfortunately, the previous authorities have not taken the necessary and sufficient steps, and this topic in many ways continues to be at an unworthy level even so many decades after the hell in Sumgait, Kirovabad, Baku and other cities.