The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan has commented on the speech of Prime Minister of Armenia Nicol Pashinyan delivered at the meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organization in Bishkek, Leyla Abdullayeva, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of the Republic of Azerbaijan told ONA.
According to L. Abdullayeva, the ideas voiced by N. Pashinyan during the meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organization held in Bishkek once again clearly demonstrates that he acts from the position of lie and militarist rhetoric: "In fact, the violator of negotiations aimed at solution of Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, is N. Pashinyan himself with such kind of rhetoric speeches. The expression of "Nagorno Garabagh is Armenia” sounded by Armenian Prime Minister in occupied Azerbaijani city Khankendi in August of the current year seriously damaged negotiation process. If N. Pashinyan has changed his opinion, he should obviously state it. If he has not changed his opinion yet, so it is great damage to the negotiation process, as well as the activity and mandate of OSCE Minsk Group Co-chairs."
L. Abdullayeva stated that President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev,citing specific documents and evidence has delivered a speech at the meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of State, on the heroism of fascism in Armenia and the erection of a monument to the fascist executioner and traitor Garegin Nzdheh: "Armenian President Pashinyan's ridiculous and nonsensical comments attempting to respond to this speech were destructed by President Ilham Aliyev's response. Now, these thoughts of the head of the Armenian government have become a laughingstock and an object of ridicule even in Armenia itself. The fact that Prime Minister Pashinan noted that Soviet Foreign Minister V. Molotov also met Hitler, as well as identifying Njde Garegin with A. Solzhenice, is an example of historical illiteracy and syndication. Armenian Prime Minister should realize that Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno Garabagh conflict has nothing to do with CSTO."