Azerbaijani President exposes Armenian policy based on fascist ideology in Ashgabat

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev made a historic speech at a meeting of the Council of CIS Heads of State in Ashgabat, exposing Armenia’s policy based on fascist ideology. After the plenary session of the Valdai International Discussion Club, the head of state demonstrated a more decisive position at this meeting. This was announced to AzerTac by deputy of Milli Majlis, director of the Institute of Law and Human Rights of ANAS Ayten Mustafazade. The deputy noted that in his speech, the president expressed his contribution to the overall victory of the Azerbaijani people over fascism and that without Baku oil, victory would have been impossible. The fact that the President of Azerbaijan with facts and evidence get back in place the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan is a pride for every Azerbaijani.
The reaction of the head of our state to Pashinyan was consistent and sharp: “Like other peoples of the Soviet Union, the Armenian people, who made a great contribution to our common victory, must first be cleared of this stain that the previous administration caused to the country. If the Prime Minister listened carefully to my words, then perhaps he caught them. It was not by chance that I reinforced my speech with quotes. They can be found in the library and on the Internet. The publication of the Russian Foreign Ministry in May 2019 and the 12-volume edition edited by the Minister of Defense of Russia Shoigu make it quite clear what kind of “figure” he is. The deceased for Germany died for Armenia. ”This was not said during the Great Patriotic War. Therefore, I believe that the new government, which appears to be democratically elected, must first cleanse itself of this stain, shame and the very monument should be demolished. "“This is a historical speech against aggression and occupation policy,” A. Mustafazade emphasized, saying that reporting to the world community the Azerbaijani truth about the Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, criticism of the occupation policy of Armenia was the main leitmotif of the speech in Ashgabat.