Russia Wants to Get Rid of Matthew Bryza - Expert
A famous Azerbaijanian political expert Eldar Namazov thinks that Russia plays against the US ambassador in Baku Matthew Bryza.
According to the Caucasus Online, Namazov is sure that a propaganda campaign against the American diplomat provoked by Russian has started now. A reason for this accusation was a declaration of the Georgian labourists. Let us remind you that the members of the Labourist Party of Georgia stated that the representatives of official Tbilisi together with the US Ambassador in Baku Matthew Bryza were going to organize a coup d'état in Azerbaijan.
The General Secretary of the Labourist Party Iosif Shatberashvili said this at a press conference.
The labourists address the Azerbaijanian president Ilkham Aliev and urge him to "urgently deport a specialist in revolutions, an adventurer who arranged more than one political explosion in the Caucasus: Matthew Bryza".
"Therefore, the Azerbaijanian leader will manage to prevent another destabilization of the situation in the country and region. The Labourist Party of Georgia also urges the US Senate not to support the appointment of Bryza as Azerbaijanian ambassador", continue the Labourists.
Earlier the Chairman of the Islamic Committee of Russia Geydar Jemal had spoken on a coup d'état that is being prepared in Azerbaijan. "Now the Georgian authorities are actively organizing a military union with Armenia directed against Azerbaijan. In this case Georgia is an executor of a project in which some Georgian public officials are involved, in particular Giga Bokeria who represents the Security Council of the country. That is, Georgians play the role of an executor of somebody else's will. I must note that the (Azerbaijanian) opposition is also aware of this plan", he noted.
In his turn, Eldar Namazov thinks that such an attack at Bryza is not held for the first time. "Some time ago the Armenian lobby of the USA made a fuss in the Congress in order to counteract the appointment of Bryza as Ambassador in Azerbaijan. In fact Moscow was behind these aspirations as official Erevan did not say a word against Bryza's appointment. Who showed the greatest zeal was the Armenian diaspora of the USA and the Russian press", believes the expert.