Co-owner of insurance group RESO Sergey Sarkisov addressed the representatives of the Azerbaijani and Armenian diasporas with an appeal to help end the unrest in Moscow. They broke out against the background of aggravation of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. Mr. Sarkisov stated that his family is ready to repair the damage caused by the vandals of the property of Azerbaijanis in Moscow.Fighting on the border between Tavush region of Armenia and Tovuzsky region of Azerbaijan began on 12 July. The parties accused each other of attacks. This clash was the largest since the acute phase of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh in April 2016. The conflict broke out in 1988.The appeal published on the website of RBC on behalf of the family Sarkisov and “Assembly of Armenians”. According to the businessman, “you must stop those who are from outside of Russia to provoke relatives to extremism”. Sergey Sarkisov the statement, in particular, noted that he was ashamed of those “who started away from his homeland barbaric manifestation of his nationalism, beating or killing people just because they are of another nationality”.”Our family assumes the obligation to pay damages Azerbaijani businessmen Armenians who, because of stupidity or delusion to believe that a real man is the one who shouts louder or has the glass. For those who have forgotten, let me remind you, man — one who, looking into his eyes, fighting back those who insulted him or his family. The one who defends his homeland from the land of their ancestors. I am sure that Azerbaijani businessmen will agree with us and will go also,” he said.The company “RESO-the Guarantee” — one of the backbone of Russian insurance companies. In 2018, has occupied 5-e a place on volume of collected insurance premiums.According to GU MVD of Moscow, in the clashes that took place July 23-25, rioters — natives of Armenia and Azerbaijan — broke Windows and started getting into fights. Arrested more than 30 people. Some of them, the court was arrested and sent into custody.Read more about the clashes in Moscow, read in the material “Kommersant” “the First apricot”.