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French Senate’s resolution holds no validity – Senator Nathalie Goulet



BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 18. The resolution of
the French Senate has no validity, says French Senator Nathalie
Goulet on X (Twitter), Trend
reports.

Goulet has made the statement, commenting on the publication of
Azerbaijani Milli Majlis (Parliament) MP Vugar Bayramov.

“No worries, this resolution is good for nothing and has no
impact on the French government,” said Goulet.

On his X page, Member of Parliament Vugar Bayramov stressed that
offers of cooperation, rather than calls for unfair sanctions, can
lead to long-term peace in the Caucasus.

“The French Senate’s most recent resolution further adds to the
uncertainty surrounding the peace process. The current status quo
in the region will never change,” he said.

Discussions were held in the French Senate regarding the
bipartisan resolution proposed on December 1, 2023. The resolution
aims to condemn the so-called “military aggression” in Karabakh and
“prevent further attempts of aggression against the Republic of
Armenia and violations of territorial integrity.”

The above resolution also calls for guarantees of the right of
the Armenian population of Karabakh to return.

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