Maps of Azerbaijan Democratic Republic (ADR) of 1918-1920
At Paris Peace Conference
PRESIDENT BUSH SIGNED DOCUMENTS ON WAIVER OF 907 SECTION [26.01.2002 20:30:43] As stated, on January 10, 2002, president of the United States Mr. George Bush has signed the bill on "Foreign operations, and related programs appropriations Act," and in this way, the provision allowing the President to waive the 907 Section has come to effect. On January 25, 2002, President George Bush has signed appropriate documents on waiver of the 907 Section to the "Freedom Support Act" and sent them to the Congress. Thus, the US governmental bans on direct assistance to Azerbaijan were eliminated. It has to be reminded that the issue on abolishment of bans was initiated by Kansas senator Mr. Sam Brownback. Despite the Armenian lobby attempts, after long debates at the Congress, and within the 2002 fiscal year, the bill was finally backed by the Congress.
Relevant examples from history...
"The Armenian republic of Dashnaks [during its formation in 1918] had got from Allies
the Kars district, the parts of the Erivan guberniia (province) taken away in 1918. So,
the territory of Armenia made up approximately 17,500 English square miles with
population of 1,510,000 people (795,000 Armenians, 575,000 Moslems [Azerbaijanis],
140,000 of other nationalities).
"Being proposed (July 1920) to accept Karabakh, Naxcivan and other areas [of Azerbaijan]
loyal to Soviet power, Yerevan government agreed to start guerilla actions on the
mentioned above territories issuing confidential order to their Dashnak war leaders.
These actions started in September 1920.
Great Soviet Encyclopedia (GSE), "Armenian Question"
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