Armenia turned terrorism, separatism into basis of state policy
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan.24
Armenia has turned terrorism and aggressive separatism into the basis of the government policy, Chairman of State Commission on Prisoners of War, Hostages and Missing Citizens, Minister of National Security of Azerbaijan, Eldar Mahmudov said during the commission's meeting.
The meeting participants firstly became familiar with the photo stand reflecting the activities of the state commission, as well as the books published in various languages about the consequences of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, videos, booklets and other visual aids, the state commission said on Jan.24.
Addressing the meeting, Mahmudov talked about the changes in the composition of the state commission in accordance with the orders of Azerbaijani president dated June 24, 2013 and Dec.22, 2014.
He expressed confidence that the commission's members will further justify the president's trust as well and work more intensively to fulfill the tasks set by the head of state and resolve certain strategic issues.
Mahmudov said there is still much to be done in order to resolve the humanitarian problems that arose as a result of Armenia's military aggression against Azerbaijan and to clarify the fate of the missing people.
He added that as long as the current status quo remains, it will be impossible to completely prevent the humanitarian catastrophe. Mahmudov said Armenia's attempts to commit provocative acts of sabotage on the contact line of Azerbaijani and Armenian armies throughout 2014 prove that.