He said that due to the level of socio-economic development, Azerbaijan should not cooperate with the OSCE in this manner: ‘I mean that the current status of OSCE office in Baku does not correspond to the level of Azerbaijan's development. Therefore, we have a dialogue in this regard and we have our own position. I think that the sides must at least understand that Azerbaijan is a country, which hosts an international economic forum, the first country to host the European Olympic games. And all this means full security and social development. At the same time, we host a number of social, political and global events and etc. That is, the current status of Azerbaijan is high enough and OSCE must determine status of its office in Baku in accordance with it’.