We know what a showman is Pashinyan – Azer Gasimov
This is not the first time that the Armenian PM makes discursive statement on Azerbaijan’s internal issues, Press-Secretary of the Azerbaijani President Azer Gasimov told Trend commenting on Armenian PM, Nikol Pashinyan’s injudious statement on Azerbaijani President, Ilham Aliyev’s son’s military service.
“This is not the first time that the Armenian PM makes discursive statement on Azerbaijan’s internal issues. First, it shows that Pashinyan is an episodic figure in politics and has no awareness of international relations. Pashinyan intervenes in Azerbaijan’s internal matters regularly. We would like to note that Pashinyan’s authority will no longer endure, if Azerbaijan intervenes in Armenia’s internal matters. Destruction of Sargsyan’s dictatorship is an evidence for that. Simply, dissolution of Pashinyan’s regime does not serve Azerbaijan’s purpose under the present conditions. Armenia will suffer from many problems as long as Pashinyan’s dictatorship continues. Pashinyan cannot achieve his goal by wheedling, humiliating himself and acting as a slave. Pashinyan’s new dictatorship regime breaks up Armenia. Therefore, the Azerbaijani side does not take any step to overthrow Pashinyan’s authority for now,” Gasimov noted.
Pashinyan’s another inane statement is about President Aliyev’s son, Heydar Aliyev’s military service in the Armed Forces.
We would like to state that Heydar Aliyev was called to military service in one of the most combatable military units of Azerbaijan for his physical qualities and preparedness and the inauguration ceremony held on September 16 showed that this military unit was one of the leading parts of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces. Regarding Pashinyan’s son who is in one of the Armenian military units in Azerbaijan’s occupied region Jabrayil, about 50 km away from the line of contact, but actually, he is dealing with domestic issues. Mainly he spends time in Khankendi. The cheap propaganda of Pashinian’s son’s military service is nothing but a populist and low-quality show. Continue Reading