Displaced people from Artsakh hold a protest rally at the UN office. Ashot Harutyunyan, director of the Museum of the History of the City of Shushi, told reporters: “Our main requirement is to obtain refugee status. The statement of November 9 marks the return of refugees. The President of Azerbaijan declares that all those who lived in Shushi before 1988 and are refugees will have the right to return to Shushi. Now the question arises: if we do not get this status, it is very likely that we will not be able to return.” “This international organization should not show double standards, when there are conflicts in some other place, they immediately intervene, but in this case, they say that you are an unrecognized country. Regardless of whether it is recognized or not, the people of Artsakh have rights, the UN should address these issues,” he said. Western Armenia has repeatedly noted that the Shushi people should return to their native territories, and according to international law, Shushi should withdraw from the Azerbaijani occupation.