Azerbaijan, Baku/ Trend . corr. S. Ilhamgizi/ Jamil Hassanli, a Member of the Azerbaijan Parliament of the Milli Majlis, has said that it is necessary to summarize all documents on the massive genocide committed against Azerbaijanis by Armenians in 1918, which are kept in Azerbaijani archives in order to then bring a suit in the International Court for Human Rights.
He noted that these were the documents related to the Genocide committed against Azerbaijanis in 1918, and they were kept in archives of Azerbaijan. These are very substantial, accurate, adequate, and strong evidence that proves all Armenian crimes against Azerbaijanis. As soon as these documents are checked up legally, the Azerbaijani party may appeal to the International Human Rights Court, International Military Tribunal, etc. Mr. Hassanli considers that this work should be done in a systematized form with the joint participation of historians, lawyers, military men, psychologists. "We should prepare a common summarized suit," he thinks.
The Azerbaijani MP also noted that some items of the Presidential Order of 1998 - concerning March 31 - the Day of Genocide - had not fulfilled up to now. For example, despite the fact that 9 years has passed since that time, no monument to the victims of the Genocide of 1918 has been erected up to date.