Washington Times proves Armenia's aggression in Nagorno-Karabakh conflict
A senior researcher of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies of the Israeli Bar-Ilan University, Alexander Murinson, proved in his article published in the Washington Times that the Armenian side is the aggressor in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
He noted that this fact is recognized by the international community, as evidenced by the UN resolutions demanding the de-occupation of the Kalbajar and Agdam districts of Azerbaijan.
According to him, the recent judgment in the case 'Chiragov and others v. Armenia' on June 16th 2015 at the ECHR may also be included on the evidence list. “The European Court’s ruling, the most definitive statement based on international law to date, made Armenia culpable as the aggressor and the occupier of Azerbaijani lands. A ruling by such an institution as the European Court of Human Rights, which cannot be suspected of favoring Azerbaijan, finally confirmed and took away any question that Armenia, in fact, is the culprit in the case of Nagorno-Karabakh occupation," Trend cited him as saying.
“It is, indeed, a conundrum when one nation, in this case Azerbaijan, plays by all the rules, seeks remedies to their grievances in a court of law, even repeatedly offers equitable peace and the other, Armenia, continues to act as a rogue nation, lawless, turning their proverbial noses up at international institutions, international courts and the rule of law,” Alexander Murinson stressed.