Azeri ambassador to Tehran lauds Iran's support for Azerbaijan
Azeri ambassador to Tehran has hailed the contributions of Iran in the first and second Nagarno-Karabakh war stressing that the country aimed to convey the message of peace and calm to the neighboring countries.
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Bunyad Huseynov, top official from Azerbaijan, made the comments in "17 Rabi al-Awwal Conference on Krabakh" held in the Iranian holy city of Qom on Monday to laud the contributions of Iran for the neighboring country during the Nagarno-Karabakh wars, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He referred to presidency of Heydar Aliyev, during which the mutual ties between Azerbaijan and neighboring countries was boosted and said," 10,000 kilometers of the Azeri lands formerly held by Armenia has been released and nearly 2,000 kilometers has remained shared by Muslims and Armenians."
He said," The Republic of Azerbaijan, in its 44 days of war, aimed to convey the message of peace and calm to the regional countries."
Azerbaijan ambassador to Tehran also lauded the representatives of the Supreme Leader in northern provinces for issuing a joint statement in support of Azerbaijan.
He also praised the messages issued by religious leaders and a visiting delegation from the Islamic Republic to Azerbaijan to congratulate the country on its victory.
The international conference on Karabakh was held by managing center of seminaries in Iran with the holy city of Qom hosting the top officials and religious leaders from both countries.