Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 21 / Trend S. Agayeva /
Moldova has apologised to Azerbaijan and suspended arms supplies to Armenia, Azerbaijani ambassador to Moldova Namik Aliyev participating in the IV meeting of the heads of Azerbaijani diplomatic missions told Trend on Friday.
"This issue was discussed at a meeting of the Azerbaijani President with Moldovan Prime Minister, where the Moldovan side explained that it did not pursue any political goal," he said.
He added that the Moldovan side recognised the fault of its law enforcement forces. Afterwards supplies were immediately suspended.
"In general, relations between the two countries are at a good level," he said. "There are great prospects for their development and we intend to continue promoting them."
The Moldovan Ministry of Defence stopped arms supplies to Armenia in November 2011, spokesman for the Ministry Alexander Josan said on Nov. 11.
Earlier, Moldovan Prime Minister Vlad Filat apologised for selling arms to Armenia during a meeting with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev during the Warsaw Eastern Partnership Summit, held in late September.