GENERAL INFORMATION ON THE SECTION "ARMENIA-AZERBAIJAN, DAGHLIG GARABAGH CONFLICT"

The Armenian-Azeri conflict in Daghlig Garabagh consists of eight sections which encourage the comprehensive study of this problem. The first section is devoted to the territorial claims of Armenia targeting Azerbaijan and its occupation war aiming to cut Karabakh off Azerbaijan. This section defined the etymology of the word "Karabakh" and provided information on the history, territory and borders of Karabakh and divided the history of Karabakh into several parts in accordance with the historical development of Azerbaijan and reflected the main events. The study of the historical development of Karabakh showed that the Karabakh was an integral part of Azerbaijan and developed in accordance with the history of Azerbaijan. The section also reflected the facts of the historical roots of the territorial claims of Armenia, the occupation war of Armenia against Azerbaijan.

The second section is devoted to the relations between the Karabakh problem and Armenian issue. To give the full idea of the Armenians features the section reflects the critical views of the leading philosophers of the world and the expressions of Armenians about themselves.

The thirds section provided wide coverage on the initiation of occupation war of Armenian armed troops against Azerbaijan, the process of war, the occupation of Azeri lands and the occupation regime established on the said lands. It also considered the settlement of the conflict and Azerbaijan's opinion on the settlement of the conflict.

The fourth section of the conflict reflected the Khodjaly genocide committed during the Armenians' occupation war against Azerbaijan. That section regarded the Khadjaly genocide as the most terrible event of the 21st century and reflected the attitude of the world community to the genocide and the expressions of the witnesses.

The fifth section is devoted to the humanitarian disaster committed by the occupation war of Armenia against Azerbaijan. The section showed that the occupation activity of Armenia in Karabakh and other regions of Azerbaijan was accompanied with the terrorist acts. It provided information of the hard life of refugees and IDP, hostages and missed people, Armenians' inhuman treatment of Azeri hostages violating all the principles of humanism and international rights, the treatment of women and children who became the victims of Armenian occupation.

The sixth section reflected one of the integral parts of the terrorism the major source of danger in the present-day world-the Armenian terrorism, the Armenian terrorist organizations, the terrorist acts committed in Azerbaijan and their chronology. It places the facts proving Armenia to be the state supporting the international terrorism.

The seventh section is devoted to the hard socioeconomic consequences of the Armenians' occupation of Azeri lands. It first provides the facts on the natural reserves of Azeri lands occupied by Armenians. Then the damage caused to the lands is classified in accordance with different spheres and the scale of the ecological, social, economic and material damage is determined. It also reflected the Armenians' vandalism shown in the treatment of the historical monuments of Azerbaijan.

The correspondence of the results of the Karabakh problem settlement is reflected in the special, eighth section of the matter. It covered the Kurekchay contract signed between the Karabakh khanate and Russian empire on May 14, 1805, the Gulistan contract signed between Russia and Iran in 1813 and Turkmenchay contract signed in 1828, documents on the anti-Azerbaijan activity of the Armenian Dashnaksutyun party, the documents and materials on the Karabakh conflict of the National Front of Azerbaijan (1918-1920) and of the Soviet period. The section also paid a great attention to the documents and materials on the deportation of Azerbaijanis of Armenia SSR in 1948-1953. The historical documents also include the resolutions and documents of UN, OSCE and Parliamentary Assembly of the European Council.