Baku. Ramil Mammadli - APA. “The fact that at the meeting with Armenian officials Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili touched on the peaceful resolution of the problem without underlining Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity and that Foreign Minister said she did not say in Lithuania “the problem should be solved within Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity”, makes it necessary to correct some moments in Azerbaijan’s foreign policy,” chairman of Great Establishment Party, MP Fazil Mustafa told APA.
Fazil Mustafa considers that such statements demonstrate that Georgia avoids mentioning Azerbaijan’s territorial integrity in order not to irritate Armenians.
“The Azerbaijani side should also backtrack on the position that Abkhazia and South Ossetia conflict must be solved within Georgia’s territorial integrity and stop policy of irritating Russia. We think that Azerbaijan should demonstrate uncertain position on Georgia’s territorial integrity. The recent statements issued by Tbilisi should be regarded as backtracking on its traditional foreign policy course towards Azerbaijan, adequate steps should be taken”.