The Turkish-Azerbaijani tandem has been in international isolationWorld
Having suffered indescribable losses and been defeated in the zone of the Artsakh-Azerbaijan conflict, the failures of the Azerbaijani authorities do not end. There is another reason why official Baku has changed its rhetoric and is already talking about the need for negotiations.
More than 30 us congressmen have submitted a bipartian resolution condemning Azerbaijan's aggression against Artsakh and criticizing Turkey's intervention in the conflict.The resolution was introduced by congressmen Jackie Speier, Adam Schiff (d-California), Frank Pallone, Gus Bilirakis and 32 other lawmakers.The resolution condemns Azerbaijan for inciting military actions. The congressmen called for condemning Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev" because of increasingly aggressive rhetoric and destabilizing actions "and quoted The Guardian as saying that Baku's attack on Nagorno-Karabakh may be"part of an organized military operation.
EU high representative for foreign Affairs and security policy, Vice-President of the European Commission Josep Borel said that the European Union supports the resumption of negotiations on the Artsakh issue without preconditions.
48 MEPs sent a letter to the EU high representative for foreign Affairs and security policy Josep Boreli calling for targeted actions to stop Azerbaijan's aggression against Artsakh and Armenia:
The authoritative Amnesty International claims that the organization's experts in Stepanakert were able to identify the capital of Artsakh with Israeli-made cluster bombs.These bombs are prohibited under international law.
The house of representatives of the Netherlands has adopted two resolutions on Turkey. In one of the resolutions, the Parliament demands that the government, through the NATO Council, call on Turkey not to interfere in the Karabakh conflict, given that Turkey and Azerbaijan ignore the calls of the UN security Council and the European court of human rights and do not stop fighting.
On October 7, the Geneva city Council adopted a resolution condemning the military aggression of Azerbaijan, recognizing the right of the Armenians of Karabakh to self-determination and forcing them to freeze the assets of the Aliyev clan in Switzerland by 49 votes in favor, 18 abstentions and 2 against.