Caucasian Muslim leaders passed an appeal to UN
Muslim religious activists of the Caucasus have passed an appeal to the United Nations Organization in respect of the situation around Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. As was reported by Trend, the appeal was adopted at the session of the Supreme Religious Council of the People of Caucasus which opened in the Azerbaijani capital today.
"Islamic clergy of the Caucasus regards it inadmissible to use religious ideas in political fight and international conflicts, as well as to interfere in the states' domestic affairs and penetrate someone's strategic space. The impartiality and justice of the international operations must not arouse any suspicions; otherwise, it will seriously damage the reputation of a single organization of global scale existing since the times of the Second World War. Such approach will lead to objective understanding of the reasons of the current problems", - Trend is citing the appeal.
In their document, Caucasian spiritual leaders expressed concern about the four UN resolutions on the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict that have been unfulfilled for 20 years "in the light of the up-to-the-minute compliance with the resolution and realization of the sanctions in respect of a number of Muslim countries".
Religious activists believe that nothing shatters the people's confidence as much as a double approach.