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Baroness Cox will share her impressions following her visit to the Republic of Artsakh

Baroness Cox will share her impressions following her visit to the Republic of Artsakh and offer some reflections on ways forward at an online event titled:

Impressions from Artsakh Baroness Caroline Cox in conversation with ANC UK


Event Introduction from ANC UK: In November 2020, Baroness Cox, a Crossbench Life Peer in the House of Lords, arranged an emergency visit to Armenia and Artsakh to deliver aid with colleagues at the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART), and show solidarity with the Armenian people as they sought to hold off and fight for their freedom against Azerbaijan’s aggression.

As part of her visit, Baroness Cox spent time with Artsakh’s Human Rights Defender Artak Beglaryan to hear about the war crimes committed by Azerbaijani forces, including the inhumane treatment of Armenian prisoners of war, the shelling of the Shushi Cathedral, the violation of children’s rights and the use of incendiary munitions on Artsakh’s forests. Baroness Cox also visited several civilian buildings that were destroyed during the Azerbaijani bombardments in residential areas.

During this event, organised by the Armenian National Committee of the UK, Baroness Cox will share her impressions following her visit to Artsakh and offer some reflections on ways forward.

You can join this event for a unique opportunity to hear her personal account by clicking this link.

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