հայերեն / in Armenian – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/tribunal_about_hy/
на русском – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/tribunal_about/
The International public Tribunal for the crimes of Azerbaijan is to unite the efforts of various professional organizations to identify, expose, condemn, combat, prevent and punish genocide and the criminal policy of Azerbaijan. It was initiated on March 25, 2020 by the participants of the online forum “Against Crimes of Azerbaijan” – a preliminary event before the International scientific and practical Conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the massacre of the Armenian population of Shushi (Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno Karabagh Republic, NKR)) was planned in city Shushi (Republic of Artsakh (NKR)) “Genocidal behavior of Azerbaijan: history and modernity (from political and legal assessment to the international court).”
Its members acknowledge that:
- The numerous crimes of Azerbaijan since 1918 were crimes of genocide against the Armenian people;
The crimes of Azerbaijan are based on radical pan-Turkism. The genocide of Armenians by Turkey and Azerbaijan is a single process. The rights and claims of the Armenian people against Turkey and Azerbaijan should be considered within the framework of the Armenian Question;
- The policy and practice of genocide in Azerbaijan continues in various ways, with regard to non-Turkish indigenous peoples, and represents a global problem and threat;
An international court is needed on crimes that have no statute of limitations, on the ideologists of racism and hatred, on their partners and accomplices involved in this policy;
- It is necessary to unite efforts, regardless of party affiliation, legal status, place of residence and positions of the internal politics of Armenia;
- It is necessary to develop a single legal and political package of documents on the protection of the Armenian cultural heritage, the rights of Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan, the rights of their heirs, as well as the protection of all Armenians affected by the crimes of Azerbaijan.
On March 25, 2020, an open Appeal was submitted to the UN on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the crimes of genocide against the Armenian in Shushi (Artsakh, Karabakh) by Azerbaijan.