First Lady of Azerbaijan Calls on International Community to Turn Attention to Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
Azerbaijan, Baku / corr. S.Agayeva / The international community should focus its attention on the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Such a statement was made by the President of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation and Goodwill Ambassador of both UNESCO and ISESCO, the First Lady of Azerbaijan, Mehriban Aliyeva, on 18 May in the opening ceremony of the Azerbaijani room in Nation Palace, stated Elchin Amirbeyov, the Ambassador of Azerbaijan to Switzerland and also Head of Azerbaijan's Permanent Representation to UN Geneva Department and international organizations, on 18 May.
The First Lady of Azerbaijan regretfully stressed that presently the member of UNO, Azerbaijan, is under military conflict, but the UN's four resolutions on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict settlement have not yet been implemented. She called on the international community to turn its attention to the conflict. The opening ceremony was attended by Director General of UN Geneva Department, Sergey Ordjankidze, Ambassador of the foreign countries in Geneva, representatives of the international organizations. According to Amirbeyov, before the ceremony, Aliyeva met with the Director General of UN Geneva Department, Sergey Ordjankidze. The meeting focused on the prospects of the co-operation between Azerbaijan and the UN. Ordjankidze highly assessed the efforts of Azerbaijan to expand the co-operation with the UN and voiced confidence for future effective co-operation.
The First Lady of Azerbaijan spoke of the real development of Azerbaijan and invited Director General of UN Geneva Department to visit Azerbaijan. The Ambassador said that the date of the visit will be confirmed through diplomatic channels. Mehriban Aliyeva's visit will conclude on 18 May. In Geneva, the World Health Organization awarded Mehriban Aliyeva 'For Exclusive Services in Protecting and Strengthening the Health of Mothers, Children and Families'.