The Committee for the Defense of the Armenian Case in Lebanon reported that “Armenia filed a case against Azerbaijan before the International Court of Justice, which is based in The Hague today, for violations on ethnic grounds, including during last year’s Azerbaijani attack on the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), according to the statement. What did the court say?
And it noted in a statement that “Armenia said that Azerbaijan has practiced ethnic discrimination against Armenians for decades and that as a result of the state’s policy of hatred against Armenians, the Armenian people were subjected to generalized discrimination, massacres and torture. It also called on Armenia to take a number of immediate measures, including the closure of the museum, which was It was established after the last war, which displayed the spoils of war, and demanded the release of prisoners of war and civilians and handing them over to the Armenian authorities.
She pointed out that “Yerevan called on the International Court of Justice to take emergency measures in order to protect and preserve the rights of Armenia, and that the case was based on Azerbaijan’s violation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination adopted by the United Nations in 1965, and that Azerbaijan, for decades, subjected Armenians to racial discrimination, The violations returned to the fore in September 2020, after the Azerbaijani aggression, and the 6-week military conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan last fall led to the occupation of large areas of the Republic of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) and the killing of more than 6,500 people as well as the displacement of dozens Thousands of citizens were expelled from their homes and occupied their lands and livelihoods, before ending in November with a Russian-brokered ceasefire.”