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Azerbaijan tells UN will treat ethnic Armenians as 'equal citizens'


Azerbaijan will treat ethnic Armenians as 'equal citizens' says Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov in his remarks at the UN's General Assembly. SOUNDBITE

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