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Baku, Azerbaijan, May 1
The acts of some marginal political faces, calling themselves "observers" at the illegal " parliamentary elections" in Azerbaijan's territories occupied by Armenia, will be regarded as a gross violation of Azerbaijani laws, said Hikmet Hajiyev, the Azerbaijani foreign ministry's spokesman, May 1.
He added that the launch of criminal cases against those persons isn't ruled out.
Hajiyev also noted that operative-search measures are underway with respect to a citizen of Slovakia, Frantisek Miklosko, and he is wanted by Interpol for a similar act.
He said the holding of the illegal "parliamentary elections" by the separatist regime, created in the Azerbaijani territories occupied by Armenia, is a grave violation of the Azerbaijani constitution, the laws and international legal norms and principles.
"The corresponding statement was made by the country's foreign ministry on February 27, 2015," he said, adding that Azerbaijan's constitution and its laws are a basis for the legitimate expression of will through elections on the country's territory.
"Ignoring the OSCE Minsk Group's call to start the work on the great peace agreement, Armenia carries out provocations calling them "elections", which is aimed to create obstacles to the negotiation process and at the concealment of the fact of occupation and aggression against Azerbaijan," he stressed.