BAKU: Armenians who don’t observe Azerbaijani laws, can go and live

APA, Azerbaijan
April 13 2012

Bayram Safarov: `Armenians, who don’t observe Azerbaijani laws, can go
and live in Armenia’

[ 13 Apr 2012 14:08 ]
Baku. Kamala Guliyeva – APA. `We express our deep gratitude to
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev for signing an order due to 20th
anniversary of occupation of Shusha’, said head of Shusha regional
executive power, chairman of Public Union `Azerbaijani community of
Nagorno Karabakh’ Bayram Safarov, APA reports.

Safarov said that the plan of events was being developed on the 20th
anniversary of occupation of Azerbaijani town of Shusha by Armenians.
According to him, the anniversary will be marked in the areas settled
by IDPs from Shusha and beyond the republic. On the day of Shusha’s
occupation – May 8, the visit will be organized to the Alley of
Martyrs. Several events will be held on the eve of that day.

Speaking about meeting of Azerbaijani and Armenian communities of
Nagorno Karabakh, Safarov said that Azerbaijani community always
supported the meeting: `But Armenians avoid this meeting. How can they
meet us? All workers of that regime know that they are criminals, who
killed innocent Azerbaijanis. They prevent the meeting of ordinary
people too. Every time we say we bargain for meeting with Armenians.
We lived together, they are Azerbaijani citizens too. Armenians, who
don’t observe Azerbaijani laws, can go and live in Armenia’.

From: Baghdasarian

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