If each country pursues an independent foreign policy, there will be less war and misunderstanding in the world, Azerbaijani President
Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has said he believes that if each country pursues an independent foreign policy, there will be less war and misunderstanding in the world.
“All countries should respect others. Each country should respect the choice of other countries – both on the international plane and in the field of interreligious dialogue, in the humanitarian sphere. All this is interconnected,” said the head of state as he addressed the opening ceremony of the 4th Baku International Humanitarian Forum.
“People come here from over 60 different countries, but we get together and hold discussions. We try to find a way to direct the processes ongoing in the world primarily in a positive direction. The processes ongoing today are very alarming.”
“Both in the Muslim world and in Europe there is a growing trend of radicalism, discrimination and racism. We see these trends and anxiously follow them,” the President added.