World ignores mine problem in Karabakh – head of Center for Middle Eastern Studies

AGHDAM, Azerbaijan, November 26. The liberation
of the lands of Azerbaijan from occupation will contribute to
stability in the region, director of the Turkish Center for Middle
Eastern Studies (ORSAM) Ahmet Uysal told Trend on Saturday.

“After the liberation of Azerbaijani lands from occupation, I
visited Karabakh three times. Every time I come, I see how quickly
these lands are developing,” he said.

Uysal also noted that the international community ignores the
mine problem in Karabakh.

Speaking about Turkish-Azerbaijani relations, he said that this
was also discussed during yesterday’s conference.

“Yesterday, President Ilham Aliyev, answering my question at the
conference, expressed confidence that Turkish-Azerbaijani relations
in all areas will continue to develop on the rise and the ties
between the two countries will become even stronger,” he said.

He stressed that today Azerbaijan is a very strong state, and no
pressure or threats can affect the country.

The participants of the international conference titled “Along
the Middle Corridor: Geopolitics, Security and Economics” have
visited Aghdam.

The conference participants included leaders and representatives
of top think tanks of the US, Belgium, Bulgaria, UK, France,
Israel, Switzerland, Italy, Georgia, Canada, Egypt, Pakistan,
Poland, Romania, Russia and Türkiye.

The event featured discussions on security aspects of the Middle
Corridor, and economic opportunities of the region. In this regard,
particularly, the participants exchanged views on the importance of
the Zangazur corridor, the new transport opportunities that the
East-West corridor will create, and the expansion and
diversification of international cargo transportation.

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