Baku. 1 February. REPORT.AZ/ "The Georgian government will take account of Azerbaijan's position on erecting monument to the murderer Mikhail Avagyan in the Bugashen settlement of Akhalkalaki city."
Report informs that Chairman of the Parliament Ogtay Asadov said at today’s the plenary session of the Milli Majlis.
He reminded that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan issued a statement in this regard: "The Azerbaijani ambassador to Georgia visited the Georgian Foreign Ministry. The works are underway on these issues. I suppose that the Georgian government will pay attention to this matter and the issue will be solved."
The speaker said that the monument was erected not by the Armenian government, but the people living there: "Azerbaijanis will also erect the monument in the Georgian region of Marneuli."
Notably, head of the working group on Azerbaijan-Georgia inter-parliamentary relations Aflatun Amashov and MP Fazil Mustafa protested against erection of a monument to Mikhail Avagyan in Georgia at today’s plenary session of the parliament.