Pro-Armenian people as like Zatulin worried about dev't of Azerbaijani-Russian relations
Baku, Azerbaijan, October 8
By Elchin Mehdiyev – Trend:
The biased opinion about Azerbaijan of Konstantin Zatulin, the Deputy Chairman of the Committee on CIS Affairs, Eurasian Integration and Relations with Compatriots of the Lower House of Russian Parliament testifies to his concern about the development of Azerbaijani-Russian relations, the Member of the Azerbaijani Parliament Aydin Huseynov told Trend October 8.
The Azerbaijani MP reminded that Zatulin is a tool in the hands of Armenian circles and the Armenian lobby.
"Apparently, Armenians and Zatulin are seriously concerned about the recent development of relations between Azerbaijan and Russia, reciprocal visits of heads of state and documents signed in the framework of these visits to develop cooperation in various fields between the two countries, and Zatulin again fulfills the order of Armenians," Huseynov said.
He noted that as a politician and a state official, Zatulin does not understand that his thoughts are contrary to the state policy of Russia.
"Zatulin has always been known for his support of separatism and occupation. The Azerbaijani side declared him undesirable person after his participation in the 2010 election show of the illegal regime established in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan. It is no coincidence that earlier, in 2006, Ukraine also declared him an "undesirable person" for the escalation of situation with interethnic relations," the Azerbaijani MP said.
Huseynov noted that the opinions of people like Zatulin cannot influence the development of relations between Azerbaijan and Russia.
"Until now, the pro-Armenian position of Zatulin had no influence, and I think that neither Zatulin nor the Armenians standing behind him will achieve anything in the future as well and their concern and distress from the comprehensive Azerbaijani-Russian cooperation will grow," the Azerbaijani MP said.