Baku has strongly condemned a documentary film about Nagorno-Karabakh aired by the “Voice of America.”
“The program prepared by the Voice of America “promotes separatism and aggression,” Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hikmet Hajiyev said, Azeri media report.
Hajiyev said the program, which doesn’t take into account and doesn’t reflect the position of the Azerbaijani community of Nagorno-Karabakh and refugees is “unfair and biased.”
The “Voice of America” broadcasted on October 18 a program titled “Karabakh: Peaceful life near the ghosts of war.”The film presents the stance of Artsakh people, who do not even want to hear about the talks held around the destiny of their motherland. “What the international community treats as simply a territory, we call it a Sacred Motherland,” the authors of the film quote Artsakh residents as saying.