Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosiof Armenia The statements made during his visit that are incompatible with historical and current facts, completely devoid of goodwill, reflecting a biased point of view, and sabotaging diplomatic efforts are never acceptable.
The White House administration should clarify whether the discourses of Pelosi and a few lobby-supported politicians, who are clearly winking at the votes of the Armenian diaspora, on the Karabakh issue reflect the official view of the USA.
At a time when lasting peace and stability in the region is sorely needed, I invite all international actors to act fairly, prudently and, above all, responsibly.
We will continue to stand by Can Azerbaijan, who has been struggling to liberate the homeland that has been unjustly and unlawfully occupied for 30 years.
WHAT DID PELOSI SAY?
During her three-day visit to Yerevan, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi laid a wreath at the so-called genocide monument “Tsisernakabert” yesterday.
Declaring Azerbaijan as an ‘aggressive country’ here, Pelosi disregarded the thousands of years of history of the South Caucasus for the sake of Armenian votes in the November 8 Congressional midterm elections in America. Nancy Pelosi, who held a joint press conference with the Speaker of the Armenian Parliament Alen Simonyan in the capital Yerevan, stated clearly and clearly that she sided with Armenia in the conflict in the South Caucasus region.
Emphasizing that such a high-level delegation from the USA has come to Yerevan for the first time since Armenia gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, Speaker of the House of Representatives Pelosi said, “A short time before we came here, an attack was carried out on the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Armenia. As the House of Representatives, we resolutely condemn this attack against Armenia, which America attaches great importance to. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which plays an important role in the resolution of the conflict in the region, as a member of the Minsk Group, will make diplomatic efforts for a just and permanent settlement of the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan and the Karabakh issue. After the US Congress accepted the 1915 Events as ‘genocide’ in 2019, President Biden also admitted that ‘genocide’ took place in 2021. In our meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, we will discuss Armenia’s security and democratic development path in all details.”