Azerbaijani MFA: It seems that the French ambassador to Armenia has a different concept of dignity
Azerbaijani MFA: It seems that the French ambassador to Armenia has a different concept of dignity
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B efore commenting on any issues, it would be better that the French ambassador to Armenia should look at his country and pay attention to how these or other issues are implemented in his country. The ambassador of a country, which has gone through many wars throughout history and exhibited the compositions and "performances" in the words of the ambassador regarding these wars in various museums, will tell us how to deal with the trophies of the war?!”, Leyla Abdullayeva, Chief of the Press Service Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan said in a response to the question regarding the comment of the French Ambassador to Armenia on the opening of the Military Trophies Park in Azerbaijan, APA reports. “It is interesting that French ambassadors call Armenia’s defeat a “worthy defeat”. Maybe, for the French ambassador, Armenia’s aggressive policy which continued about 30 years was also a “worthy occupation”? A decent country, first of all, would not claim to the territories of the neighboring country, and would not keep some of these territories under occupation for many years, would not violate the rights of one million people, would not purposefully kill the people, including civilians. A decent country would not send a terrorist group to the territories of another country after agreeing to suspend operations and make a threat to human life by hiding mine maps. It seems that the French ambassador has a different concept of dignity. “An official representative of a country that has acted as a mediator for many years should be more responsible in his comments,” said Leyla Abdullayeva.
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