Armenian cultural representatives continue directing their open letters to the international organizations through their official Facebook pages. Today Armenian singer Arminka has directed her letter to the members of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Here what it says:
«Dear members of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and Council of Europe.
My name is Armine. I am Armenian.
For over 2 decades,
But now my heart is breaking as Azerbaijani military is targeting innocent people and bombing homes and schools, killing pupils and elders, mutilating bodies. These are war crimes. This is completely unacceptable. War is very evil. War is horrible. No child should die on his way to get an education. Innocent people are not at fault and should NOT have to die during wars.
The Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan, a member of the Council of Europe, officially threatened to bombard Stepanakert, the capital of the
I strongly condemn the aggression, terrorism and racism of Azerbaijani authorities and call the International Community stop them.
#SayNoToRacism #StopAliyev #UNAOCBaku2016 #
Armine Nahapetyan / Singer»
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