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Kurakchay Treaty between Russian Empire and Karabakh Khanate
We, i.e. Ibrahim Khan Shushinsky and Karabakhsky and General of infantry of all Russia’s troops Pavel Tsitsianov took up with the help of God the matter of granting everlasting citizenship of all Russian Empire to Ibrahim Khan Shushinsky and Karabakhsky.
Gulistan Treaty between Russian and Iran empires
This Treaty finishes the enmity and disagreement between the Empire of Russia and the State of Iran today and in the future and since establishes eternal peace, friendship and agreement.
Turkmenchay Treaty between Russian and Iran empires
A year's time to be assigned from this day to those officials and citizens that must move from Iran to Russia with their families, to carry their movable property without any prevention of the government and the supremacy without any tax on their property or things for sale.
The report of Paskevich to Earl Dibich dated on May 26, 1828
In spite of all persuasions such as migration of Christians during the invasion of Yerevan will cause no difficulty or trouble, and it will not have negative effect on Russia’s interests, oppositely it will affect Russia positively.
Letter on Resettlement of Armenians from Persia (Iran) to our Areas
Armenians are mostly settled in the lands of Moslem landlords. This could be somehow allowed in the summer time. The Moslem landowners were staying in their nomads' camps and did not have many chances to communicate with the aliens.
Protocol #3 of Muslim National Council regarding concession of Iravan to Armenia
Mentioned bloc considered concession of Iravan to Armenians as a historical inevitability as well as unescapable disaster.
Letter of Anastas Mikoyan to Lenin 'regarding Armenian intention'
For the population of Karabakh that would mean to lose their source of life in Baku and link up with Irevan.
From the Minutes of the Plenary Meeting of the Caucasian Bureau of the C.C. R.C.P.(B.)
For the sake of national peace between the Muslims and Armenians and economic ties between Upper and Lower Karabakh and its continued contacts with Azerbaijan, Nagorno-Karabakh shall remain within the Azerbaijanian S.S.R.
The decree “On establishment of the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast” of the Azerbaijan Central Executive Soviet Committee
The annihilation of national oppression and inequality in whatever form these are displayed is in the replacement of the national hostility and hatred by the international solidarity of fraternal nations within a single state union.
USSR COUNCIL OF MINISTERS DECREE №4083 On resettlement of collective farmers and other Azeri population from the Armenian SSR to Kur[a]-Aras lowlands of the Azerbaijan SSR
To voluntarily resettle 100,000 collective farmers and other Azeri population from the Armenian SSR to the Kur[a]-Araslowland of the Azerbaijan SSR from 1948 to 1950, including 10,000 persons in 1948, 40,000 persons in 1949 and 50,000 in 1950.
Law on Procedure for Resolving Questions Connected with a Union Republic’s Secession from the USSR
The people of autonomous republics and autonomous formations retain the right to decide independently the question of remaining within the USSR or within the seceding Union republic.
Joint Statement of the Heads of State in Tehran
The sides expressed a desire for solving all issues connected with the normalisation of bilateral relations at different levels by peaceful means on the basis of principles of the CSCE and international law.
Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act (Public Law 102 511)
United States assistance under this or any other Act (other than assistance under title V of this Act) may not be provided to the Government of Azerbaijan.
Resolution 822 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3205th meeting
Demands the immediate cessation of all hostilities and hostile acts with a view to establishing a durable cease-fire, as well as immediate withdrawal of all occupying forces from the Kelbajar district and other recently occupied areas of Azerbaijan.
Appeal of the Kurds Living in Azerbaijan to the Kurds of the World
We call on the world Kurdish community to join us, the Kurds of Azerbaijan, to start a massive, international campaign of solidarity to free our country from aggression and occupation!
Resolution 853 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3259th meeting
Urges the Government of the Republic of Armenia to continue to exert its influence to achieve compliance by the Armenians of the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Azerbaijani Republic with its resolution 822 (1993).
Resolution 874 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3292nd meeting
Calls for the immediate implementation of the reciprocal and urgent steps provided for in the CSCE Minsk Group’s “Adjusted timetable”, including the withdrawal of forces from recently occupied territories and the removal of all obstacles to communications and transportation.
Resolution 884 (1993) Adopted by the Security Council at its 3313th meeting
Expressing its serious concern that a continuation of the conflict in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Azerbaijani Republic, and of the tensions between the Republic of Armenia and the Azerbaijani Republic, would endanger peace and security in the region.
The Bishkek Protocol 'regarding Nagorno-Karabakh conflict'
Expressed determination to encourage in every possible way the stopping of the armed conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh.
Ceasefire Agreement 'between Azerbaijan and Armenia'
To ensure a complete ceasefire and halt of military operations beginning at 00:01 on May 12, 1994.
CSCE Budapest Document 1994 Towards a Genuine Partnership in a New Era
Deploring the continuation of the conflict and the human tragedy involved, the participating States welcomed the confirmation by the parties to the conflict of the cease-fire agreed on12 May 1994.
Mandate of the Co-Chairmen of the Conference on Nagorno-Karabakh under the auspices of the OSCE (“Minsk Conference”)
The Co-Chairmen will be guided in their activities by the principles and norms of the OSCE, the United Nations Charter, decisions of the OSCE fora, including the decisions by the Council of Ministers on 24 March 1992 and particularly the Budapest Summit Decision, and as applicable resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.
Statement of the OSCE Chairman-in-office (Lisbon Principles)
Legal status of Nagorno-Karabakh defined in an agreement based on self-determination which confers on Nagorno-Karabakh the highest degree of self-rule within Azerbaijan.
Statement of the Delegation of Armenia regarding Lisbon Principles
In the interests of reaching a compromise solution, the Armenian side is prepared to continue with the most intensive negotiations.
OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairmanship Comprehensive Agreement to Resolve the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict (Package Deal)
Cooperation under this agreement will lead to normal trade, transportation and communications links throughout the region, allow people to reconstruct their home towns and villages with the assistance of international institutions, produce the stability necessary for a major increase in external investment in the region, and open the way for mutually beneficial trade.
OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairmanship Agreement on the Cessation of the Nagorno-Karabakh Armed Conflict (Step by step)
The Parties shall facilitate the safe and voluntary return of displaced persons to their former places of residence within the Zone of Separation, as set forth in Annex 2. The PKF in cooperation with the Permanent Mixed Commission will monitor the security of the returning populations and promote confidence on all sides .
OSCE Minsk Group Co-Chairmanship On the Principles of Comprehensive Settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh Armed Conflict (Common State)
Being determined to implement a peaceful settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in accordance with the norms and principles of international law including principles of territorial integrity of states and self-determination of people, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Nagorno-Karabakh agree on.
Council of Europe – Parliamentary Assembly Resolution 1416
The Assembly recalls Resolutions 822 (1993), 853 (1993), 874 (1993) and 884 (1993) of the United Nations Security Council and urges the parties concerned to comply with them.
Resolution A/RES/62/243 Adopted by the UN General Assembly at its 86th plenary meeting
Reaffirms the inalienable right of the population expelled from the occupied territories of the Republic of Azerbaijan to return to their homes, and stresses the necessity of creating appropriate conditions for this return.
Declaration by Azerbaijan, Armenia and Russia on Nagorno-Karabakh
Agree that the achievement of the peaceful settlement shall be accompanied by legally binding international guarantees for all of its aspects and stages.
European Parliament resolution on the need for an EU strategy for the South Caucasus (2009/2216(INI))
Is seriously concerned that hundreds of thousands of refugees and IDPs who fled their homes during or in connection with the Nagorno-Karabakh war remain displaced and denied their rights
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