Umud Mirzayev: "Now the whole world hears the true voice of Azerbaijan" Comment

“We just had a very good meeting, together with President Aliyev, Prime Minister Pashinyan, the President of France Emmanuel Macron, and the Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz”, Charles Michel said in his remarks after the meeting.

“We had the opportunity to address all the topics that we discussed in Brussels in May – connectivity, security and rights, the border delimitation, the peace treaty.
Commenting on the meeting to Ednews, the president of the International Eurasia Press Fund, Umud Mirzayev, assessed such meetings as a positive event for Azerbaijan.
He assessed this meeting as a clear indication that certain attempts were made to solve the problem of two conflicting peoples.
"The best part of this meeting is that Azerbaijan seems to be the true side. Today, the true voice of Azerbaijan is heard in the world. We were not in this situation before. Before, we were in a very bad situation: both our lands were occupied and we were accused of such meetings. The meeting of the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev with the President of Moldova Maya Sandu in Chisinau on May 31 proved once again that Azerbaijan insists on its rightful position. The Armenian side also understands this very well. Armenian society also understands this very well, even if it does not want to hit its back. They themselves are aware of how mindless and unsuccessful their political elites are."
Umud Mirzayev noted that currently regional security is one of the priority issues.
"At the Chisinau meeting, there were discussions about the restoration of transport and communication links, the issue of enclaves, and the general agreement of a part of the peace agreement. This indicates that a peace agreement will be signed soon."
During the conversation, the president of the Fund clarified the opinions expressed about the Karabakh Armenians not wanting peace. He noted that the ordinary people have always wanted peace.
"Some revanchist, separatist forces are trying to prolong these issues. They say that Karabakh Armenians do not want to live with Azerbaijanis. Because local, ordinary residents are not given the right to speak. After the voices of the separatists are silenced, we will witness how the Karabakh Armenians want peace. Because the local Karabakh Armenians themselves are tired of this problem. They themselves curse those who created this conflict. This is the real reality. I think that there is very little left to the end of this long road."