Islamabad dismisses Armenian media reports as false Pakistan did not send any observers for so-called referendum in Nagorno Karabakh
Foreign policy institutions, as well as embassies of a number of countries accredited in Baku have made statements about non-recognition of the so-called 'referendum' held in occupied Azerbaijani lands. Fraternal Pakistan was also among such countries.
Azeri.Today has received an official letter from the office of Pakistani foreign ministry's spokesperson, in which Islamabad reiterated its committment to the resolution of the Karabakh conflict within the territorial integrity of the country and rejected the possibility of sending the country's representative to the 'referendum' in Karabakh as an 'observer', of which Armenian media reported earlier.
"In response to a query the Spokesperson has rejected the media report and said that the Government of Pakistan did not send any observers for so-called referendum in Nagorno Karabakh.
"The Spokesperson reiterated Pakistan's stance on the conflict that we support Azerbaijan's position on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
"Pakistan's position is that the solution has to be found within the territory of Azerbaijan i.e. complete return of occupied Azeri lands by Armenia, in accordance with the resolutions of the UN Security Council. Withdrawal of Armenian army from Nagorno-Karabakh and adjacent districts; and Return of IDPs and refugees to their homes.
Pakistan is a Member of the OIC Contact Group on Aggression of the Republic of Armenia against the Republic of Azerbaijan," says the message from the office of the spokesman for the Pakistani Foreign Ministry.
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