As the conflict in Artsakh continues to escalate, more awareness is now being spread by both international media outlets and world leaders. Azerbaijan continues to violate human rights by actively bombing Stepanakert, Artsakh’s capital. This has resulted in many civilian casualties and extensive damage to infrastructure, garnering the attention of the international community.
More updates on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict:
In an email to the Armenian National Committee of America, Burger King apologized for the social media posts by their Azerbaijan franchisee supporting the Azerbaijani aggression against Armenians of Artsakh. “We have confirmed that the franchisee removed the content shortly after the original posting, and that the message included in the post will not be repeated. We apologize for this incident,” the email read.
After lobbying for the Turkish government for years, the law and lobbying firm Greenberg Traurig has terminated its contract with the Turkish government under pressure from the Armenian-American community furious over Turkey’s open support for Azerbaijan in its ongoing aggression against Armenia. The decision was internally announced on October 29 according to a team member.
According to the Embassy of Armenia in France, Corsican Assembly has passed a resolution recognizing the Republic of Artsakh and urging the UN member states and EU countries to recognize the independent Republic too.
Adidas has confirmed they are severing ties with the Azerbaijani Qarabag FK football club over the hate speech by the club’s PR manager, Nurlan Ibrahimov, calling to indiscriminately kill all Armenians.
“It is important to stress that these individual views are in no way shared by Adidas and that we’ve taken swift decision to end our relationship with the club,” said Tommasso Saronni, an Adidas spokesman.
Armenian Embassy in Italy announced that another comune in the Trentino region, Nogaredo, recognized the Artsakh Republic today.
40 French Parliamentarians, led by Guy Teissier, sent an open letter to President Emmanuel Macron urging him to get out of the neutral position in the Nagorno-Karabakh war. They emphasized the importance of France’s role outside of the OSCE Minsk Group, and mentioned that the only way for the hostilities to stop would be to recognize the Republic of Artsakh, as in the case of Kosovo.