Azerbaijan, Baku, May 6 / Trend I. Isabalayeva /
The Azerbaijani ruling party does not believe in the existence of the Georgian government's plan to create tension in Azerbaijan, deputy Executive Secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan Party
Ali Akhmedov told media. He expressed his attitude to media publications about attempts by the Georgian government and the U.S. Embassy in Baku to organize rallies in Azerbaijan.
"It is hard to believe that the Georgian government wants to take measures aimed at creating any tension in Azerbaijan and someone's participation in the program," he said. "But in any case, this information has been disseminated. It is necessary to investigate and find out whether it corresponds to reality."
Some forces outside of Azerbaijan are trying to disrupt stability, he said
"I think as the Azerbaijani government and the state have a sufficiently secure base, somebody's willingness to violate the country's stability is unrealistic," he said. "Separate forces within Azerbaijan and individual forces and groups in neighboring countries may participate in implementation of these intentions and inter act with them. But I want to say that the Azerbaijani government and official circles of Georgia establish rather warm and sincere relations."
Azerbaijan and Georgia develop friendly relations, Akhmedov said.