The producer of “The Promise” Eric Esrailian continues sharing the war crimes carried out on the territory of Artsakh by Azerbaijan and Turkey. The producer has written a new note on his Instagram.
“The evidence for war crimes is well documented, unfortunately easy to find & there are now numerous circulating videos of Armenian soldiers being abused by Azerbaijan. I will not be sharing these images publicly, but I am privately doing what I can with individuals & groups that I trust. You can never take away the dignity of these brave soldiers․ Without punishment by the international community, the sinister behavior of these types of regimes will continue with impunity. As an American, I will continue to work with my government officials to make sure they understand the true nature of the guilty governments & their leadership. Cutting off foreign aid & sanctioning countries with such diabolical behavior is a necessary first step. In the meantime, I am continuing to strategize & send needed humanitarian support through wonderful organizations. We are still here & we are not going anywhere”, mentions Esrailian.
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