Sending humanitarian aid by Azerbaijan's central authorities to those injured in the explosion at a filling station near Khankandi on September 25 may serve as an example of what their subsequent policy will be towards the Armenian residents of the Karabakh region of the country, Fuad Huseynaliyev, director of the Report News Agency, told CBC TV channel.
“Sending of humanitarian aid to those injured as a result of the explosion at a filling station the day before shows what the entire subsequent policy of the central authorities will be towards the Armenian residents of the Karabakh region of the country, demonstrates our humanistic approach to this event and to the Armenian residents in general,” he said.
He also noted that, among other things, Baku also sent food aid, medical equipment, and prepared special places in some clinics in Azerbaijan to receive the injured, but representatives of the criminal junta still remaining in the region didn’t allow the victims to be transferred to Azerbaijani cities.
Despite this, Baku opened the air corridor and took all possible measures to ensure that the victims were provided with assistance and taken to Armenia, he said.
He noted that this is not the first act of humanism on the part of Azerbaijan and not the first food cargo sent by Azerbaijan after the end of anti-terrorism measures.
"Azerbaijan is speaking in every possible way about its readiness to reintegrate the Karabakh Armenians," said Fuad Huseynaliyev, adding that today the country is making large investments in revitalizing the region and the Armenian residents of Karabakh will also be able to take advantage of these new opportunities.
Negotiations with representatives of the Armenian residents, judging by how quickly they are being conducted and two meetings have already taken place, will not take much time and the reintegration process will be quick. “Within a few months, maybe before the end of the year, we will see the first results of the reintegration process, maybe even the first people who have accepted Azerbaijani citizenship,” he noted.
Thus, after the anti-terrorism measures carried out by Azerbaijan, Armenia should not have any arguments left to push away the outstretched hand of the world. They need peace with Azerbaijan, as well as unblocking communications and restoring trade relations, including with Türkiye. “First of all, the well-being of Armenia itself depends on this,” says Huseynaliyev.
At the same time, the director of the news agency noted that everything that happens in Armenia itself is the country’s internal affair.