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  • by Marianna Mkrtchyan

  • Wednesday, July 23, 15:15

"If international organizations can not resolve the conflict, let them step aside and the two neighboring states solve the problem themselves", Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of the State Committee for Work with Refugees and IDPs, Ali Hasanov said, APA reported.  

Hasanov said that the international organizations should understand that the talks will fail unless the regime is not changed in Armenia.   
"Kocharyan and Sarkisian have come to power in the blood of our people. Will they solve the issue? If they intend to solve the issue their powers will be put an end.

The OSCE co-chairing countries know it well", the Deputy Prime Minister added.

Hasanov called on international organizations to stop playing with Azerbaijan. "Stop playing these political games. If Armenians really want to live like a human being, take advantage of Azerbaijan and coexist with Azerbaijanis, they should get rid of this regime. Otherwise, the problem is insoluble. I repeatedly stated in international organizations that "you know very well who created this problem and who impedes the solution of the problem. If you can not solve the problem, go and solve the Armenian problem. If you are afraid of Armenian Diaspora, then stand back and put the two countries face to face, no incident will happen." They just say that our people kill each other. But nothing will happen, we are doomed to coexist by Allah. Hundreds of years will have lived as neighbors and will continue to live like this," the deputy prime minister said.

Hasanov noted that Sargsyan lead the Armenian people to miserable state.

"We felt ashamed because of the recent speech by Sargsyan at the Council of Europe, after all, we are also from the South Caucasus," Hasanov said.

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