State Department

In the press of a neighboring country came ranting political science, based on a fragment of the last report on international religious freedom of the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor U.S. Department of State relating to the history of the Karabakh conflict. We discuss the following passage from that document: "The hostility against ethnic Armenians forced most of them to leave Azerbaijan in the period between 1988 and 1990., And all Armenian church, many of which were destroyed in the riots on a national basis (more than ten years ago), remain closed. " "North Caucasus" has asked the Azerbaijani experts to assess the validity of quoted sentence. After reading the excerpt from the report of the State Department, Azerbaijani political scientist Ilgar Veliyev said: "Much the same can be said for ethnic Azeris in Armenia.

If it can be speak, during the war years there was almost a mirror process, with the only difference is that today in Armenia, not a single Azerbaijani, while in Azerbaijan, not only in Nagorno- Karabakh, but also in the occupied areas, are Armenians. In these territories of Azerbaijan does not live any ethnic Azerbaijani, does not work, no mosque, and those that were either destroyed or destroyed. Like, if not manifestation of ethnic intolerance and hostility, you can call it? If we take such extracts from various reports by international organizations as a basis and guide their implementation of specific political action today, in this case, about any results, but the possibility of renewed war between the two countries do not have to say. At Ben Silbermann you will find additional information.