Azerbaijani Diaspora In Poland Complains To Russian Ambassador


November 10, 2011 – 20:14 AMT

PanARMENIAN.Net – The Azerbaijanis, living in Poland, sent a letter
of protest to the Russian ambassador to Poland Alexander Alekseev in
connection with journalist Vladimir Solovyov’s abusive accusations
against Azerbaijan’s multinational people on “Vesti FM” radio station,
State Committee on Diaspora said on Thursday.

“It is regrettable that insulting remarks and extremist appeals aimed
at inciting national hatred were voiced on the radio station, included
in the All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company –
one of the largest media corporations in Russia,” the letter said.

The expressions, used by journalist Solovyov on air, are a provocation
aimed against neighborly relations existing between Russia and
Azerbaijan, a letter of the “Birlik” (Unity) association of the
Azerbaijanis living in Poland said.

They stressed that those who attempt to dispute the relations
between Russia and Azerbaijan will receive an adequate response. The
Azerbaijani diaspora of Poland appealed with a request to the
All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company and the
Russian corresponding state bodies to take the necessary measures in
respect of the journalist using abusive language against Azerbaijan
people, reports.