On November 4, Horizon Weekly employee Nazik Khaneshyan conducted a live interview with Leo Housakos, a member of the Canadian Senate and a member of the Conservative Party of Canada.
As a reminder, on October 27, at a regular session of the Senate of Canada, a member of the Senate and former speaker of the Upper House of Canada Leo Housakos announced that he would submit a resolution to the Senate calling for the condemnation of the aggression of Turkey and Azerbaijan and the recognition of the independence of Artsakh.
During the interview, Senator Housakos expressed deep concern over the violation of three consecutive ceasefire agreements. He also stressed that if the international community is truly interested in solving the problem of saving the lives of civilians, it must take a step towards recognizing the independence of Artsakh.
The Canadian politician also called unacceptable the fact that the West allowed tyrant Erdogan to carry out the idea of restoring the Ottoman Empire which had been built on genocides and conquest. Now, the same West, pursuing its mercantile geopolitical interests, allows a new Armenian Genocide – this time against the peaceful population of Artsakh.
The senator also stressed that the Canadian government should permanently suspend the sale of Canadian military equipment to Ankara.
Interview with Canadian Senator Housakos