ArmInfo. Striving to peace means first declaring peace and not war, Edward Nalbandian, Armenian Foreign Minister shared his opinion answering ArmInfo reporter’s question regarding another statement of Azerbaijani President claiming that there is no progress in negotiations on Karabakh problem settlement, because Armenia does not want peace to be.
Answering the question is this a another deal of Baku cheap tricks to present Azerbaijan in some beneficial position, Nalbandian particularly mentioned the following: “The country self-positioned as an adept of peace should not initiate diversion attacks, should not violate in a brutal manner essential provisions of International law, should not break the cease fire status and does not reject implementation of incidents investigation tools. The claims s being voiced in Baku obviously state it is only there that peace is adopted in such manner.”
He added also that it is well known what troubles for own people were caused by high ranked incumbent officials of Azerbaijan, having denied the international law and standing for military solutions of the problem.
“And what is to any comparisons: it is not for the first time that Baku voices an idea stating that Armenia and Azerbaijan could not be competitors, and, proceeding of that, Armenia should go for one-hand abatements. They are sure there in Azerbaijan that they could obtain a reputation with their money, to buy friends, to support adopting suspicious resolutions and to present all these to domestic public auditory as some achievements and proof of dignity and reputability. Of course and for sure, Armenia and Azerbaijan could not be competitors in any democratic aspects, in respect to tolerance, economic freedom, human rights defense, media freedom and other founding rights and freedoms. In recent years we became witnesses with some of not less rich and selfish authoritarian regimes. The logic and the vectors of these two powers and societies are comparable only in vice versa manner,” Nalbandian resumed.