Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 26 / Trend M. Aliyev /
Armenia is a structure rather than a country, the first deputy speaker of the Azerbaijani Parliament and Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Security and Defence Ziyafat Asgarov told the media today.
According to him, Armenia is an outpost in strange hands.
"Personally, I do not consider Armenia as a country and stress this with full responsibility," he added. "Armenia is just a structure, an outpost in someone's hands."
"Armenia does not have an independent foreign policy," he said. "There is no normal person with whom one could negotiate in international law and decisions taken by the UN Security Council."
"Armenia's economic situation is getting worse and worse every year," he said. "Around 100,000 people leave the country annually. The pension policy is in a very poor condition. If Armenia as a particular country would conduct a specific policy, then one could negotiate with it."
"Armenia, having no common border with any country which is a member of the Customs Union, joined this organisation," he added.
"All this is just a game," he concluded.
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