ArmInfo. Azerbaijani Presidential Aide for Social and Political Affairs Ali Hasanov once again accused Armenia of dragging out the negotiation process and attempting to extend the existing status quo in Nagorno-Karabakh. "Some international organizations believe that the conflict should be resolved by both sides, and they in this matter must ensure that the agreement will not be violated.If we take into account that the solution of the conflict in favor of Azerbaijan is the provision of territorial integrity and recognition of the rights of a sovereign state over these territories, and for Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh this separation of Nagorno- Karabakh from Azerbaijan, then in this case no expert can determine what the mutual compromises are in Armenia's officials, thinking that the international community applies double standards to the conflict, are dragging out the negotiation process and are trying to extend the existing status quo, "he said during a panel discussion on the topic" The Majority Against the Minority "in the framework of the VI Global Baku Forum ". At the same time, Hasanov assured that the international structures fully support the Azerbaijani position, however, despite this, the UN, OSCE, EU and other international organizations are afraid to unequivocally condemn Armenia and force it to comply with the requirements of UN resolutions with the help of international mechanisms of influence. "At best, the UN, OSCE and the EU, including the co-chairs of the Minsk Group involved in the peace process, are trying to follow the path of finding compromises between the two countries and finding common ground, which actually prolongs the status quo for several years," - Hasanov said. At the same time, he did not fail to once again accuse Armenia of intractability at the negotiations held within the framework of the Minsk Group. And members of the country's group, according to Hasanov, can not express a unified position in relation to the problem, as a result of which the conflict remains frozen. At the same time, he assured that from the standpoint of international law the self-determination of national minorities can not be realized in the form of violation of the territorial integrity of other states. "It should be noted that the Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh, like Armenians in other countries, are one of the national minorities of Azerbaijan, and their territorial claims are contrary to international law." In this issue, Azerbaijan's position is the following: Azerbaijanis must return to Nagorno-Karabakh, to their native lands, Armenians should live there with them, "Hasanov concluded.