Baku. 4 May. REPORT.AZ/ Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan, Hikmet Hajiyev, commented on some foreign media outlets alleging that information on Iran's nuclear program had been transmitted through Azerbaijan. Report informs, responding to AZERTAC's question, H. Hajiyev said that this information was investigated by the relevant state agencies of Azerbaijan: “We are absolutely convinced that this information has nothing to do with reality, it is just a fake news”.
Hikmet Hajiyev: "News on information on Iran's nuclear program that transmitted through Azerbaijan is fake"Hikmet Hajiyev: "News on information on Iran's nuclear program that transmitted through Azerbaijan is fake"
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