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Azerbaijan won't provide its territory for attack on Iran2012-03-29 14:00
According to the head of the Department for Social and Political affairs under the Administration of the President of Azerbaijan Ali Hasanov, the Azeri authorities won't provide its territory for possible attack on Iran.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Hasanov, the Azerbaijani side has repeatedly stated that the territory of Azerbaijan will never be used for attack against neighboring Iran, the IA Regnum reported. The relationship between the two countries, as he said, has partner nature. He added that Baku's position has always consisted in good relations with all neighbors, except for Armenia, "which had occupied 20% of the territories of Azerbaijan".
The official said that some of the opposition and international circles were trying to spoil relations between Azerbaijan and the Islamic republic, taking advantage of the tension with Iran. "But this speculation has no foundation, since the Azerbaijani-Iranian relations are developing on the principles of good neighborliness and friendship", the edition quoted Hasanov.
Recall, the U.S. and other Western countries suspect Iran of developing nuclear weapons under the guise of peaceful nuclear energy program. Tehran denies the charges, saying its nuclear program is aimed at meeting the country's electricity needs. At present, the Security Council has imposed four sanctions resolutions against Iran. In addition, a number of countries and organizations have adopted resolutions demanding Iran to provide full transparency of its nuclear program and prove its exclusively peaceful aim.