Azerbaijan, Baku, November 14 / Trend, M. Aliyev /
Iran, despite it current sad position and when beginning of war is highly probable, cooperates with not Muslim countries but twofaced Armenia, political expert Mubariz Ahmedoglu, Director of the Political Innovations and Technologies Center, told a news conference on Monday.
"As for its nuclear works, Iran has not given any clear answer that could have pleased the international community. If Iran is unable to control a single nuclear power plant how will it manage nuclear weapons if it becomes of possession of it?" Ahmedoglu asked.
He said these matters and some others increase the probability of war against Iran.
"In such situation, Iran claims the processes in Arab countries have favored it. Iran plans to become a member state of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization but at the same time cooperates with Armenia," he said.
The political expert noted that Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi asked help from Armenia that had its hands steeped with Muslim blood and occupied Azerbaijani lands, and gave many promises in exchange.
"Promises by Iranian Foreign Ministers that entry visas for Armenian citizens will be abolished, the number of Iranian tourists to Armenia will increase up to one million, etc. illustrate that Iran aims to pursue an anti-Azerbaijani policy," Ahmedoglu said.
The Azerbaijani nation and state are against war on Iran because a large number of Azerbaijanis resides there and, besides, Azerbaijan can be affected by any accident at the Busher nuclear power plant, the expert said.
"Azerbaijan is elected a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, and if Iran consulted with Azerbaijan it could have got questions troubling it be raised in the UN," Ahmedoglu noted. Instead, Iran tries to pursue a destructive policy on Azerbaijan, he added.
"The khijab issue Iran raised is not a religious but political matter. If it really were religion Iran would not have been in goods relations with Syria that does not observe khijab wear rules and, on contrary, Iran would not have had such cool relations with Saudi Arabia that practices a very strict approach to khijab wearing," the expert said.