Action Alert

Denounce pro-Armenian committee on trade with occupied Karabakh

Dear Friend,

Several pro-Armenian legislators, including Anthony J. Portantino, Senate Pro Tem Kevin de León, Tony Mendoza, Josh Newman and Scott Wilk, have started the so-called "Select Committee on California, Armenia and Artsakh Mutual Trade, Art and Cultural Exchange" in an effort to build formal relations with the illegal military regime installed by Yerevan on occupied territories of Azerbaijan. Needless to say, such an undertaking runs counter to the official policy of the United States which does not recognize the so-called "NKR" or "Artsakh Republic" established on the internationally recognized territories of Azerbaijan and at the expense of more than 750 thousand ethnic Azeris forcibly expelled out of the region by the Armenian and Russian troops in 1992-1994.

While the California legislators are more than welcome to build close ties with the Republic of Armenia, establishing of any formal relations between US elected officials and state governments, should not extend to any illegal entities and regimes. Please voice your concern and express discontent by sending the following letter, urging the California Senate to exclude any reference to "Artsakh"/Nagorno Karabakh.

Thank you!
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