Military co-op between Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Türkiye contributes to peace in region

Military cooperation between Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Türkiye will ensure peace and stability in the South Caucasus region, said Azerbaijan’s Ambassador to Pakistan Khazar Farhadov, speaking at the online conference “Liberation of Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region from Armenian occupation: Implementation of UN Security Council resolutions,” Report informs.

The envoy termed the 44-day Patriotic War as one of the most glorious pages in the history of Azerbaijan which ended with the liberation of its occupied lands and the historical triumph of Azerbaijan.

“Right after the liberation, the Government of Azerbaijan started large-scale restoration and reconstruction works there and the Great Return of former Azerbaijani IDPs and refugees to their land has begun,” he noted.

The envoy shed light on the constructive role of the international organizations and platforms like UN Security Council which endorsed principal stance of Azerbaijan about Karabakh and supported peaceful negotiations between Baku and Yerevan.

The envoy noted that the Azerbaijani government desires to have peaceful diplomatic ties with all the regional countries having spirits of mutual respect, sovereignty and territorial integrity. He upheld that trilateral military cooperation among Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Türkiye is getting momentum useful for regional peace and stability.

Fariz Ismailzade, vice rector of ADA University while highlighting the strategic importance of the UN Day, in turn, appreciated Azerbaijan’s strong commitment to extend international cooperation for conflict resolution in South Caucasus.

Ismailzade showcased positive, productive and participatory role of Azerbaijan in securing peace and stability in South Caucasus and Caspian Sea regions.

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