Azerbaijani MPs protest against U.S. vice-president's unjust opinion on Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan, Baku, 27 October / Trend , A.Huseynbala /
Azerbaijani MPs protested against the unjust opinion of U.S. Vice-President regarding Azerbaijan.
U.S. representative's comparing Azerbaijan with Armenia and other states, comparing the occupant state with the state experiencing occupation is unacceptable," Siyavush Novruzov, deputy executive secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party (NAP) said at the meeting of the Parliament of Azerbaijan.
Novruzov said that as the co-chair of OSCE Minsk Group, U.S. must show occupier its place. "However, instead of this, providing financial and other support, fighting for opening borders between Turkey and Armenia is unfair," said Novruzov.
According to him, the source of power is the people. "This is stated in the Constitution of Azerbaijan. The authorities in Azerbaijan are always formed through free and fair elections. From this point of view, everyone should engage in internal problems of their country, should forget about the performance of functions of the military-police regime on foreign territory. We were witnesses of condition of countries in which was organized "color" revolution," said Novruzov.
In connection with the irresponsible statements of such persons, the MPs should contact with the embassy of this country, said deputy executive secretary of NAP. "It must be noted that everyone should express thoughts about his/her country," said the MP.
"On October 21, making a speech in Romania before the students, the U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden mentioned Azerbaijan in his statement as well," said Zahid Oruj, deputy chairman of Ana Veten Party.
According to Oruj, such event occurred formerly as well.
"I strongly support the activities of U.S. for democracy-building in this region. However, this building must begin from Nagorno-Karabakh because of the presence of military junta regime there," said Orudj.
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