Baku believes its friendly relations with neighboring states disadvantageous to someone
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec. 2 / Trend T.Hajiyev /
Baku believes the friendly relations between Azerbaijan and neighboring states is disadvantageous to someone.
"Azerbaijan's relations with Turkey and Iran do not favor someone," Azerbaijani Presidential Administration's Social and Political Department Head Ali Hasanov said at the seminar with the participation of the two countries' media representatives in Baku. "Many want Azerbaijan to become some country's springboard of pressure on Iran in an attempt to bomb this country."
"Why to push the two nations?" About 30 million Azerbaijanis live in Iran. Are we not concerned on their fate? Of course, we are," he said.
According to the policy founded by Azerbaijani National Leader Heydar Aliyev's, Azerbaijan can become a center of friendship of neighboring nations, but not the center of the confrontation, he said.
"Azerbaijan cannot be a center of the struggle of someone's interests," Hasanov said.