(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, November 26. Austrian
dasfazit.at online newspaper's article titled 'We believe in President Ilham
Aliyev's word more than into any signature – President Aleksandar
Vucic' highlighted Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's visit to
Serbia, the meeting between the leaders of the countries, the
signing of documents, and, particularly the press statements of the
presidents, trend reports.
The article said that Serbian president, who was the first to
make the press statement, expressed happiness to host a true friend
of the country, President Ilham Aliyev, in Belgrade. Vucic outlined
the existence of many things in common with Azerbaijan starting
from preserving the territorial integrity and helping each other in
the international arena.
The article cited Vucic who said that 'President Ilham Aliyev is
the most popular man in Europe now'. The Serbian leader noted that
since there is a huge need for Azerbaijani gas and 'everything that
Azerbaijan can offer, he is quite loved over there'.
According to the article, the Serbian leader added the word of
President Ilham Aliyev is enough for them [the Serbian side] rather
than the presence of signatures, which is part of transparent
'We believe in his word more than into any signature
whatsoever,' Serbian president said.
Moreover, President Ilham Aliyev underscored the friendly ties
between the heads of the two states and said that 'this factor has
played an important role in the rapid development of
Speaking of the signed documents, the Azerbaijani president
noted that documents on strategic partnership hold a special place
'Serbia and Azerbaijan always defend and support each other in
the international arena. As President Vucic has said, the
sovereignty and territorial integrity of our countries are
supported on a reciprocal basis, and this position is unequivocal,
unchanging and will remain so,' the newspaper cited the head of
The article focuses on the position of the Azerbaijani leader
regarding the selective decrees and resolutions of international
organizations. As the head of state noted, 'in some cases,
resolutions of the UN Security Council are implemented in a matter
of days, in others they are implemented within a few hours,' but in
the case of Azerbaijan, these decisions of the UN Security Council,
the Council of Europe, European Parliament, etc., were not
implemented for 27 years. This left Azerbaijan with no choice but
to resort to the military actions, which is fully consistent with
the international right to self-defense, prescribed in the UN
'This is why the world community should come up with suggestions
regarding the future of international organizations,' the article
quoted President Ilham Aliyev as saying.
The Azerbaijani president also stressed that the role of
Azerbaijan's gas resources in the energy security of many countries
'will continue to grow.'
The article added that the Serbian and Azerbaijanj leaders
expressed confidence that they 'will have many such visits' and
that this 'friendship will be eternal'.