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President of European Movement Azerbaijan wants to visit Nagorno-Karabakh despite the threat to be declared persona non grata in Azerbaijan.

Yerevan. President of the European Movement Azerbaijan (EMA) Ramin Hajili urges Armenia to withdraw its troops from

"the occupied territories". He assures that if Armenia withdraws its troops from "these 6 regions", official Baku will make very big

concessions.

Hajili fails to answer ArmInfo's question about the concessions to be made by Azerbaijan, as well as the question why

Armenia, the winner in the Karabakh war, should make any concessions. "In this particular case, someone should make concessions.

Azeri people want no war and want the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict to be settled peacefully", he says.

In the meantime, despite the prospect to be declared persona non grata in Azerbaijan, Hajili has expressed a desire to visit

Karabakh. "Despite that threat, I would like to visit Nagorno-Karabakh. I may also be blacklisted for I have visited Armenia, but if we

are afraid of such actions, the problem will not move off the dead center", says Hajili.

Hajili says that he was born in Nagorno-Karabakh and lived there till he became 10 years old.

To note, EMA President Ramin Hajili and EMA Expert on Peace Building Hamida Giyasbeyli have visited Yerevan within the

framework of the European Movement International's project on improvement of civic initiatives in the peaceful settlement of the

Karabakh conflict.

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