GA / AZERBAIJAN BAYRAMOV

24-Sep-2022 00:02:07
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan told the General Assembly “it is high time” for his country and Armenia to “engage fully and wholeheartedly in the post-conflict normalization, so we can finally turn over the tragic page of our history and start building a better future for our children.” UNIFEED
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STORY: GA / AZERBAIJAN BAYRAMOV
TRT: 2:07
SOURCE: UNIFEED
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LANGUAGES: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 24 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY / FILE
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FILE - NEW YORK CITY


1. Exterior shot, UN Headquarters


24 SEPTEMBER 2022, NEW YORK CITY


2. Wide shot, Jeyhun Bayramov walks to the podium
3. SOUDBITE (English) Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Azerbaijan:
“Azerbaijan has, on numerous occasions, expressed its readiness to start negotiations on peace treaty between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and has established its national delegation to that end. Equally, Azerbaijan has undertaken efforts to start the process of delimitation and demarcation of state borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan, unblocking transportation and communication links, including the establishment of the Zangezur Corridor, which is a part of international transportation network.”
4. Wide shot, General Assembly
5. SOUDBITE (English) Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Azerbaijan:
“Notwithstanding the increased dynamism in contacts, including direct dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan over past months, Armenia seems to stick to its past practice of imitation of negotiations, and instead of good faith implementation of its commitments, it frequently resorts to provocations and sabotage to exacerbate tensions and undermine ongoing normalization process with Azerbaijan.”
6. Med shot, Azerbaijan delegation
7. SOUDBITE (English) Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Azerbaijan:
“Two days ago we listened to the statement delivered here by the Prime Minister of Armenia. Regretfully, this was yet another evidence demonstrating that the Armenian side seems focused on continuing the confrontation instead of normalization. In Azerbaijan we believe that our region has seen enough confrontation, destruction and suffering.”
8. Wide shot, General Assembly
9. SOUDBITE (English) Jeyhun Bayramov, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Azerbaijan:
“It is high time for both our nations to engage fully and wholeheartedly in the post-conflict normalization, so we can finally turn over the tragic page of our history and start building a better future for our children. The commitment of Azerbaijan side is there. We hope that Armenia will finally reciprocate constructively and engage genuinely into the negotiations.”
10. Wide shot, Jeyhun Bayramov walks away from the podium
STORYLINE
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan told the General Assembly “it is high time” for his country and Armenia to “engage fully and wholeheartedly in the post-conflict normalization, so we can finally turn over the tragic page of our history and start building a better future for our children.”

“The commitment of Azerbaijan side is there. We hope that Armenia will finally reciprocate constructively and engage genuinely into the negotiations,” Jeyhun Bayramov told Member States on Saturday (24 Sep).

According to the Minister, “Azerbaijan has, on numerous occasions, expressed its readiness to start negotiations on peace treaty between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and has established its national delegation to that end.”

Bayramov also said that “Azerbaijan has undertaken efforts to start the process of delimitation and demarcation of state borders between Armenia and Azerbaijan, unblocking transportation and communication links, including the establishment of the Zangezur Corridor, which is a part of international transportation network.”

“Notwithstanding the increased dynamism in contacts, including direct dialogue between Armenia and Azerbaijan over past months,” the Minister said, “Armenia seems to stick to its past practice of imitation of negotiations, and instead of good faith implementation of its commitments, it frequently resorts to provocations and sabotage to exacerbate tensions and undermine ongoing normalization process with Azerbaijan.”

Bayramov said that, two days ago, his delegations listened to the statement delivered by the Prime Minister of Armenia to the General Assembly.

“Regretfully, this was yet another evidence demonstrating that the Armenian side seems focused on continuing the confrontation instead of normalization. In Azerbaijan we believe that our region has seen enough confrontation, destruction and suffering,” concluded the Minister.
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