The very fact of Khojaly tragedy qualifying as genocide is reflected in resolutions and rulings adopted by many countries and international organizations alike. As of today, legislative bodies in 17 countries, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Columbia, Czech Republic, Honduras, Jordan, Mexico, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Sudan, Djibouti, Guatemala, Paraguay, Slovenia, and Scotland, as well as in numerous US states (Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Massachusetts, Man, Arizona, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nevada) have adopted parliamentary resolutions to recognize the Khojaly Genocide.
These documents denounce the occupation of Azerbaijan's territories by Armenian forces and the massacre of innocent people in Khojaly, and sympathize the victims of this tragedy. Resolution 1594 of the Georgia House of Representatives was the first document adopted by American legislators that mentioned Serzh Sargsyan in connection with the massacre in Khojaly.
The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which brings together 56 countries around the globe, has officially qualified the massacre in Khojaly as a crime against humanity and declared it genocide. At its 39th session held in Djibouti on 20 November 2012, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) adopted a resolution recognizing the crimes committed in Khojaly as genocide. OIC called upon its member-states to provide their political and legal opinion on the Khojaly tragedy. The Final Communique issued at the 12th session of the OIC Islamic Summit Conference held in Cairo in February 2013, calls upon member states to exert due efforts for the recognition of the Khojaly genocide.
The Khojaly genocide has also been recognized by the Turkic Council, an organization that brings together Azerbaijan, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan.
Khojaly Genocide monuments and memorials have been erected in Baku, as well as in Ankara, Istanbul, Sakarya, Izmir, Izmit, Usak, Kocaeli (Turkey), Hague (Netherlands), Berlin (Germany), Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), and Mexico city (Mexico).