Azerbaijan, Baku /corr. Trend E.Huseynov / Involving Georgian diaspora organizations, the Azerbaijani-Israeli International Association 'AZIZ' may continue its activities in a new format, stated the Director of the Human Rights Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Prof. Rovshan Mustafayev , during a conference at the 'Tolerance in South Caucasus: in person of fraternal relations of Azerbaijani, Georgian and Jewish individuals'.
According to him, over the whole history, the Armenian terrorists have pursued a policy of genocide against Azerbaijani, Georgian and Jewish people.
" Armenia's monotheism policy of anti-Azerbaijani and anti-Georgian spirit, as well as the establishment of military forces and terrorist groups to implement ambitions is a threat directed towards annihilating human values belonging to various cultures of the South Caucasus," Mustafayev said.
The event participants listened to the appeal of the President of the Association, Member of Israeli Parliament, Josef Shagala . The appeal states that the discussion over the important and existent issues of the history of the relations between Azerbaijani, Georgia and Jewish people portrays deep character.