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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Iran demands an explanation

Iran summoned the Azerbaijani ambassador to the Islamic Republic on Tuesday, asking him to explain reports (which are true) that Azerbaijan entered into an arms deal with Israel on Monday that is worth $1.5 billion.
According to the report of Foreign Ministry website on Tuesday, following news concerning arms deal between Azerbaijan Republic and the Zionist regime worth around one and half billion dollars, Javanshir Akhundov was invited by the deputy FM Seyed Abbas Araqchi to the ministry and Iran asked for official explanation about the news.

The ambassador said that purchased equipment from the Zionist regime are solely to free occupied territory of Azerbaijan Republic and that the government will not allow these arms be used against another country, especially Islamic Republic of Iran.

He repeated his country's intention to develop relations with Iran and called for exchanging views to remove any kind of misunderstanding.

Considering declared policy by the Zionist regime on growing penetration in bordering countries with Iran and using these states' territories against it, the Iran’s senior diplomat warned against any kind of use of Azerbaijan Republic territory by the Zionist regime for terrorist acts against Iran.
Heh.

Times of Israel adds:
The ambassador did not elaborate, but the “occupied territory” to which he was referring may be the region of Nagorno-Karabakh. According to Azerbaijan and the international community, the enclave is part of Azerbaijan. Since the end of the Azeri-Armenian war in 1994, however, the majority Armenian region has exerted de facto independence with Armenian military support.

Under the terms of the Israel Aerospace Industries deal, announced earlier this week, the Caucasus nation will receive planes, drones and an advanced missile defense system. The shipment of aerial drones will be accompanied by a large team of security and technology consultants, according to Maariv, which cited an Intelligence Online report.
I wonder which of Iran's other immediate neighbors are working on arms deals with us.

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3 Comments:

At 6:34 AM, Blogger Ben Shamil said...

Proud of my home country having good relationship with our eternal home Eretz Israel...but G-d forbid if current President of Azerbaijan decided to step down or if he is removed by force….my home country will turn into radical Islamic madness….i know some people will argue how can someone call Azerbaijan democratic when his father ruled a country I believe for 10 years and now son is in charge of the country…..but there are no logical or rational people can be in charge on Azerbaijan….only mad people ready to take over….but I hate to see that happen to my home country

 
At 6:35 AM, Blogger Ben Shamil said...

Proud of my home country having good relationship with our eternal home Eretz Israel...but G-d forbid if current President of Azerbaijan decided to step down or if he is removed by force….my home country will turn into radical Islamic madness….i know some people will argue how can someone call Azerbaijan democratic when his father ruled a country I believe for 10 years and now son is in charge of the country…..but there are no logical or rational people can be in charge on Azerbaijan….only mad people ready to take over….but I hate to see that happen to my home country

 
At 11:44 PM, Blogger Chayma said...

Ben,

Azerbaijan, is a member of the OIC, have you lived there recently? If not then don't be so hasty to judge. Just because they want the Godless rulers out, doesn't immediately mean Al Qaeda like 'radical Islamic influence' will take over. The Muslim influence is profound there, and it will never go.

 

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