Pakistani Parliament Demands UN Resolution on Withdrawal of Armenian Troops from Occupied Lands of Azerbaijan to be Implemented
Azerbaijan, Baku, 7 July / Trend , corr I. Alizade/ Pakistan demands the implementation of the Resolution on Withdrawal of Armenian Troops from Occupied Lands of Azerbaijan passed by the UN Security Council and General Assembly.
" Azerbaijan is a victim of aggression," Mushahid Huseyn Said, chairman of the External Relations Committee of the Pakistani Senate said to media in Baku on 7 July.
The UN Security Council passed Resolutions 822, 853, 874 and 884 on the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of the Armenian Armed Forces from the Azerbaijan lands occupied in 1993.
In spite of the Resolutions, Armenia has not yet withdrawn its armed forces from the occupied territory of Azerbaijan.
According to Said, Pakistan had lobbied the passing of these resolutions and supports their implementation.
The delegation of the Pakistani parliament led by Said arrived in Azerbaijan on 7 July. The delegation includes representatives of five political parties represented in the Senate of Pakistan.
The visit of the Pakistani MPS to Azerbaijan aims at further consolidating the relations between parliaments, governments and peoples of the two countries.
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