Azeri Scientist Elected as an Academician of Georgian National Academy of Sciences
According to the Decision of the Executive Committee of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences, the Director of the Human Rights Institute of the Azerbaijani National Academy of Sciences, Professor, Rovshan Mustafayev was elected as an academician of this organization. On November 27, a ceremony of presenting this rank took place in Tbilisi, and the ceremony was attended by the Azerbaijani Ambassador to Georgia, Namik Aliyev, Trend Special Correspondent in Tbilisi reports.
The Azerbaijani scientist was conferred the high scientific rank as a result of the scientific researches on separatist and terrorist acts in South Caucasus region. The Director of the Academy, Lado Ramishvili presented the diploma and certificate to Rovshan Mustafayev.
According to Academician Ramishvili, Caucasus is living in hard times and the scientific figures should make their contributions to the regulation of the situation. He awarded the guest with Georgian dagger. We live in a peaceful region, but sometimes we need to use weapons. Let this dagger defend your home and country from enemies, he said.
In his turn, Rovshan Mustafayev presented participants with his book Virtual Passions, which was recently published in Russian language. It is high time to begin dialogue. We established ties with Japan, Australia, and can not find a common language with our neighbors and can not understand each other, Azerbaijani scientist said, adding that it would be better to apply a new flow in the science under the title Caucasus Consciousness.
According to him, many interests come into collision in Caucasus and this may lead to the destabilization in the region. According to him, Caucasus needs to combat separatism, especially Armenians who are dangerous not only for Azerbaijan and Georgia, but also for Armenians themselves.
The Azerbaijani Ambassador to Georgia Namik Aliyev also informed on danger of the development of the separatism. According to him, it worries Azerbaijan and Georgia. We need to achieve long-term peace. If the interests of any country are infringed, then the long-term peace will not exist, the Ambassador said.