Azerbaijan says unacceptable to allow Armenian separatist to travel to other countries

Baku: It is unacceptable to provide Bako Sahakyan, who calls himself a head of the separatist regime established in the occupied Azerbaijani territories, the opportunity to travel to other countries, Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry spokesman Hikmat Hajiyev said on Nov.14.

He made the remarks commenting on the visit of the head of the separatist regime of Nagorno-Karabakh Bako Sahakyan to Moscow.

Such visits aimed at propagandizing the separatist regime and Armenian provocations undermine the negotiations process over the settlement of the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, said Hajiyev.

“According to Armenian, Bako Sahakyan, who introduces himself as a head of the separatist regime created in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan, visited Moscow as part of the so-called “days” dedicated to the separatist regime in Moscow and the All-Armenian Fund telethon in Russia.

On the first day of the visit, the Azerbaijani foreign ministry instructed the country’s embassy in Moscow to investigate this issue through official channels, Hajiyev said, adding that the Moscow City Government in response to the request of the embassy stated that it is not aware of such a visit and event.

Hajiyev said that the foreign ministry can not comment on this issue on the basis of only the Armenian media. “Azerbaijan through diplomatic channels will convey its position to the Russian side only after the verification of the organizers and purposes of the visit,” he stressed.

Azerbaijan’s position on this issue is strongly and unequivocally brought to the attention of all parties, said the spokesman.

SOURCE: AZERI-PRESS NEWS AGENCY

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