GA / ARMENIA PASHINYAN

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The Prime Minister of Armenia told the General Assembly his country is determined to defend its “democracy, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity by all means” in the conflict with Azerbaijan, but “diplomatic solutions are an absolute priority”. UNIFEED

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DATELINE: 22 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY / FILE

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FILE - NEW YORK CITY

1. Exterior shot, UN Headquarters

22 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, General Assembly
3. Soundbite (English) Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister, Armenia:
“This was not a border clash. It was a direct, undeniable attack against the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Armenia, which was condemned and addressed during the latest UN Security Council meetings and beyond.”
4. Close up, Azerbaijan representative
5. Soundbite (English) Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister, Armenia:
“In the wake of this offensive, the official narrative and other sources of information suggest that Azerbaijan intends to occupy more territories of Armenia, which needs to be prevented. I want to stress that the risk of new aggression by Azerbaijan remains very high, especially taking into account that every day Azerbaijan violates the ceasefire, and the number of causalities and those injured could change any moment.”
6. Wide shot, General Assembly
7. Soundbite (English) Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister, Armenia:
“I’m here to announce that we are determined to defend our democracy, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity by all means. I want to underscore that diplomatic solutions are an absolute priority for us and the full engagement and support of international community is crucial.”
8. Close up, Armenia delegation
9. Soundbite (English) Nikol Pashinyan, Prime Minister, Armenia:
“We are determined to build peace in our region, but we need the full support of international community, which will stand by the sovereign and democratic country and people subjected to aggression against the norms and principles of international law. I believe in the potential of establishing long-term stability, security and peace and Armenia is committed to continuing diplomatic efforts to this end.”
10. Wide shot, General Assembly

STORYLINE:

The Prime Minister of Armenia told the General Assembly his country is determined to defend its “democracy, independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity by all means” in the conflict with Azerbaijan, but “diplomatic solutions are an absolute priority”.

Speaking today (22 Sep), Nikol Pashinyan also said that “the full engagement and support of international community is crucial.”

“We are determined to build peace in our region, but we need the full support of international community, which will stand by the sovereign and democratic country and people subjected to aggression against the norms and principles of international law,” said the Prime Minister.

Pashinyan added that he believes “in the potential of establishing long-term stability, security and peace and Armenia is committed to continuing diplomatic efforts to this end.”

Referring to the latest episode of violence, on September 13, the Head of Government said it “was not a border clash.”

According to him, “it was a direct, undeniable attack against the sovereignty and the territorial integrity of Armenia, which was condemned and addressed during the latest UN Security Council meetings and beyond.”

In the wake of this offensive, the Armenian leader continued, “the official narrative and other sources of information suggest that Azerbaijan intends to occupy more territories of Armenia, which needs to be prevented.”

“I want to stress that the risk of new aggression by Azerbaijan remains very high, especially taking into account that every day Azerbaijan violates the ceasefire, and the number of causalities and those injured could change any moment,” added Pashinyan.
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