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Iran wants Azerbaijan to explain the situation with supply of Israeli arms2012-02-29 15:07
Iranian authorities demanded from Azerbaijani ambassador in Tehran an explanation of the situation with the supply of the Israeli arms to Azerbaijan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the VZGLIAD today, Iranian authorities demanded from Azerbaijani ambassador in Tehran Javanshir Akhundov an explanation of the situation with the supply of the Israeli arms to Azerbaijan. The Foreign Ministry of Iran stated the inadmissibility of using Azerbaijan "to carry out terrorist attacks against Iran", the edition added.
According to the edition, the ambassador assured that the Israeli weapon systems, acquired by Azerbaijan, were designed "only for the liberation of occupied Azerbaijani territories and would not be used against third countries, in particular - the Islamic Republic of Iran", the Regnum.ru reported.
The IRI Foreign Ministry expressed its serious concern over "the increasing influence of the Zionist (Israeli) regime in neighboring to Iran countries", noted by the edition.
Recall, on the eve we wrote that Israel and Azerbaijan have signed an agreement on supply of advanced weapons worth $ 1.6 billion. The corporation Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI) has signed an agreement with Azerbaijan on the supply of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and advanced air defense systems. Israeli experts will travel to Azerbaijan to train Azerbaijani counterparts to work with new military systems. It is the largest contract for the supply of arms ever signed with the former Soviet republics, the edition added.