Kim Kardashian recalled her Instagram followers of her and producer Eric Esrailian's reference to Azerbaijan's blockade of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) on the Rolling Stone magazine’s website.
Along with the publication, the world-renowned American Armenian star spoke also about the recent events taking place in Artsakh.
"We are sharing our recent Op-Ed again for background information. Sadly, the potential for genocide of Armenians Artsakh/Nagorno-Karabakh is worse now because of full-scale attacks by Azerbaijan on the civilian population after months of blockade & starvation. We appeal to the US government & international community to intervene immediately to prevent a humanitarian disaster," Kardashian wrote, also mentioning the pages of Eric Esrailian and Armenian UCLA for more information.
Earlier, Kim Kardashian had called on US President Joe Biden to prevent the new genocide of Armenians, and added that it is time for America and the whole world to take action to protect Armenia from Azerbaijan.
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