Lithuanian MPs address European Parliament on Khojaly Genocide
A group consisting of 21 persons, including members of the Lithuanian Seimas, Emanuelis Zingeris, Egidiyus Vareykis, Arunas Valinskas and others has appealed to the European Parliament regarding the 20th anniversary of the Khojaly Genocide.
Signers of the address shared the grief of the Azerbaijani people and voiced regret that differently from the crimes committed in the territory of Yugoslavia, perpetrators of the Khojaly Genocide had not been punished yet, the Azerbaijani Embassy in Lithuania told Gun.Az.
The members of the Lithuanian Seimas drew the attention of the European Parliament to the Armenian-Azerbaijani, Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and noted that resolution No 2216 adopted on 20 May 2010 by the European Parliament was an important document, supported the moral and political assessment of aggressive acts of Armenian in that document. They emphasized that they supported the immediate implementation of principal regulations of that document.
The Lithuanian MPs hoped that the European Parliament would give a political assessment to that tragedy and take that bloody tragedy as part of the history of Europe.