Azerbaijani President urged to decide which of his lies is more "true"

Azerbaijani President urged to decide which of his lies is more

PanARMENIAN.Net - Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev should decide which of his lies is more "true", former Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan said in a statement on Tuesday, April 13.

Sargsyan's comments came in response to contradictory statements made by Aliyev, who said Sargsyan was first refusing to surrender territory surrounding Nagorno-Karabakh then promising to do exactly that, while he (Aliyev - Ed.) "was being forced to recognize the independence of Karabakh but would never take that step."

A statement from Sargsyan's office said his government had demanded the determination of a status for Karabakh outside Azerbaijan, provision of a reliable land border between Armenia and Karabakh and of internationally recognized security guarantees for Karabakh.

"Aliyev has also falsified the history of the negotiation process and turned Azerbaijan's failure in the Four-day war of April [2016] into a victory," the statement reads.

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