BAKU — New-York Times journalist Seth Kugel has been included in the list of undesirable persons of the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry for visiting Nagorno Karabakh, spokesman for the Azerbaijani foreign ministry Hikmet Hajiyev told Trend news agency.

Seth Kugel of the New York Times traveled to Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh and wrote down the impressions in an extended article titled “A warm welcome in the Caucasus mountains.”

Azerbaijan calls the article “biased” and claims it distorted facts.

The article by Seth Kugel tells about the lifestyle of the Artsakh people after the war in the Nagorno Karabakh, stressing that notwithstanding the fact that the Artsakh Republic has not yet been recognized internationally, but it has a great tourism potential and is considered to be a secure place for tourists.

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