Azerbaijani youth organisation: Several international organisations disseminate biased reports
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 24 / Trend M.Aliyev /
In recent years such international organisations as the Amnesty International and Human Right Watch have spread only biased and based on double standards reports, the chairman of the Organisation of Integration of Azerbaijani Youth to Europe (AGAT), Gulsel Safarova, told Trend on Thursday.
She said that in recent years such international organisations as the Amnesty International and Human Right Watch have shown negative attitudes toward Azerbaijan, biased and based on double standards reports spread by them appear.
"Azerbaijan is developing dynamically, has achieved great success. On the other hand, Azerbaijan has a million refugees. Our organisation through social networks and other means appeals to those organisations with the question of why, when the rights of one million refugees violated in Azerbaijan, when Armenia pursues a policy of occupation in respect of Azerbaijan, a negative attitude is manifested to only a number of political issues? Why do these organizations cover only the actions of the opposition political parties? Why do not they pay attention to actions carried out before the Iranian embassy, issues aimed at ensuring the national interests of Azerbaijan?" Safarova said.
If it is a violation of the rights of Azerbaijani citizens, no reports are spread about Azerbaijanis who are executed, whose rights are violated in Iran, she said.
"This proves that these organisations are controlled from a single center and carry out its orders," Safarova said.
She said these organisations ignoring the Eurovision 2012 contest in Baku discussed by the whole Europe, cover action of a handful of opposition members, which once again demonstrates their biased attitude.