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Complexity of foreign policy of Baku

GustAkh

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It seems that the Nagorno-Karabakh problem has completely diverted attention of the Azerbaijani authorities from other not less important issues in the field of foreign policy. And actually I don’t feel quite all right about it although I’ve not been living in Azerbaijan for quite a while.
Just take its relations with Georgia with which Baku has been closely and I’d say blindly cooperating recently. You see everyone’s already aware that Georgian president Saakashvili is impudently cheating on president Aliev. Moreover they say that political analyst Mubariz Akhmedoglu has got iron proof of Saakashvili’s intention to give American weapons and equipment to Armenia as part of its foreign debt repayment as was already the case with Turkmenistan and Iran!!
I think Aliev has got to open his eyes and make up his mind as to who is the enemy and who is the friend of Azerbaijan...
 
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