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Azerbaijan refutes information on relations with Mossad2012-04-02 18:15
Azerbaijani authorities consider groundless the information, published by a number of media, that allegedly Israeli Mossad was to be engaged in security organization during the song contest Eurovision-2012.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the IA Rosbalt, the information, published by a number of media, that allegedly Israeli Mossad was to be engaged in security organization during the song contest Eurovision-2012, is groundless, the Azeri authorities stated.
"Azerbaijan doesn't need foreign intelligence services, including assistance to Israel's security services. Security at the song contes Eurovision-2012 will be provided by security intelligence and law enforcement agencies of Azerbaijan", the edition led the words of the head of the socio-political department of the Presidential Administration Ali Hasanov.
Azerbaijan has every opportunity to fully ensure the safety of the contest "Eurovision-2012," Hasanov said.
Recall, Armenia has officially withdrawn from participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku. According to the official website of the contest, the Armenian Public Television has notified the European Broadcasting Union about this decision today. The event organizers have expressed their disappointment. "We are really disappointed with the decision of the APT to withdraw from participation in Eurovision this year", the executive producer of the contest, the Norwegian Jon Ola Sand, said.