Besides strengthening our statehood, they served to day by day and year by year bring us closer to one common goal – the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and victory.
The statement came from chairperson of the Azerbaijani Parliament's human rights committee Rabiyyat Aslanova in her interview to Gun.Az.
Referring to the extradition and release of Ramil Safarov, she said that a unanimous conclusion was made on 31 August.
"The victory is close. Returning officer of the Azerbaijani National Army Ramil Safarov from Hungary to Motherland, indeed, in a moment occupied the agenda of world politics and media. Not only because it shook the agenda of Armenian politics and caused mourning in the country, but also because urgent meetings were summoned, diplomatic ties with Hungary was frozen and embassies of other counties began to receive threats."
In her interview, Aslanova noted that Armenia's policy of fooling everyone and its people, conducted for 20 years, has failed.
"The Armenian people have become hostage of the conflict and the myth of justice concocted by Sargsyan for the sake of his stay in power. Armenia is in a miserable condition, while it has the potential to be the shortest bridge and minimal investment for Europe and global projects.
Sargsyan was "winner" 20 years ago, but today is image of a murderer is exposed, and sooner or later he will pay the price."
She believes that the Armenian people will wake up from the darkness of Sagsyan's myth.