During the first ten days of November the police will work in intensified regime, deputy head of the Baku Police Chief Department Yashar Aliyev told Trend.
However, this regime of work is not related to the rumors spread in regard to returning of the DPA chairman Rasul Guliyev to Baku. The unauthorized rally of the Azadlig block scheduled for 4 November will be also averted within the framework of the law. The police will operate according to the law to keep the quiet. The responsibility for any confrontation and disturbances will be on the Azadlig block members.
In the coming 10 days security of foreign embassies and administrative buildings of other official institutions will be also enhanced in the capital city.
The DPA chairman Rasl Guliyev, who is currently in London, stated he would be back in Baku on 3 November.