Ramiz Mehdiyev. Açiq mənbələrdən foto.

Ramiz Mehdiyev. Açiq mənbələrdən foto.

Baku/29.07.20/Turan: The former head of the presidential administration, and now the president of the National Academy of Sciences, Ramiz Mehdiyev, denies the existence of conflict inside the power. He is outraged by the actions of political emigrants who are trying to "confront" the current leadership of the country with government officials dismissed from their posts.

In his appeal on the website of the official agency AzerTAC, he writes: “They are trying to create the impression that there is some kind of internal government conflict and deep contradictions in the country's leadership,” Mehdiyev writes.

“Azerbaijan is going through an extremely sensitive period. Against the background of Armenian aggression, it is completely unacceptable to split the Azerbaijani society,” he continues.

Mehdiyev called on political emigrants to refrain from harsh criticism of the Azerbaijani leadership, calling attempts to destabilize the situation in the country dangerous.

“On my own behalf, I want to note that my political beliefs are not a subject of bargaining or gambling and I have not changed them all my life, regardless of the position I hold,” says Mehdiyev. He believes that the policy of Heydar Aliyev was the most loyal for the country, and Mehdiyev remains a loyal supporter of Ilham Aliyev.

In conclusion, he reaffirms his loyalty to Ilham Aliyev, listing his services to the country. However, Mehdiyev ends his appeal with a call to abandon the internal political struggle.

“We all have one enemy - Armenia. We must direct all our strength and energy against the aggressor. History has shown that when we forgot about the external threat and were carried away by the internal political struggle, we suffered the greatest losses and suffered defeats,” Mehdiyev writes.

However, Mehdiyev's latest appeal can be interpreted in two ways - as criticism of the current wave of repressions against activists of the Popular Front Party. -02D-


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