The United Nations (UN) strongly condemned any attacks on civilians, stating that they are deeply concerned about the conflicts between Armenia and Azerbaijan and their impact on the civilian population. UN calls on parties to protect civilians and civil infrastructure within the framework of international law
A spokesman for the UN Secretary-General, Farhan Haq, said in a statement regarding the missile attack by Armenia against Youth, that the Secretary General Antonio Guterres is deeply concerned about the ongoing conflict.
Noting that Guterres had a telephone conversation with the Foreign Minister of Armenia Zohrab Mnatsakanyan and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan Ceyhun Bayramov and gave a clear message to both sides about the full implementation of the ceasefire, Haq stated that the UN is ready for humanitarian aid and to work with the parties if requested.
According to the news of AA; Haq pointed out that the burden of clashes that lasted for 3 weeks is borne by the civilian population, and we strongly condemn any target and attack against the areas where civilians live. said.
Haq reminded the parties of the responsibility to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure within the framework of international law, and called on Armenia and Azerbaijan to reduce tension, avoid any action that would increase conflicts and destabilize the region, and return to negotiations without delay under the supervision of the Minsk Group co-chairs of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
The Azerbaijan Chief Prosecutor’s Office announced that 12 civilians were killed and more than 40 people were injured in the missile attack organized by Armenia against Ganja.