Azerbaijanis show flags of Pakistan and Turkey in the capital after countries upheld the nation in its battle against Armenia.
Azerbaijan and Armenia are occupied with the heaviest battle in years over the contested Nagorno-Karabakh district. In which more than 100 people have been killed since the conflicts emitted on Sunday.
Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan to Pakistan Ali Alizada shared a photograph on his web-based media. The image demonstrating flags of Turkey and Pakistan put on a private structure in Baku.
Prior, Islamabad had communicated “profound worry” on the falling apart security circumstance in the area after Armenian forces’ escalated shelling on the regular citizen populace of Azerbaijan.
The Foreign Office in an announcement said that Pakistan considers assaults on Azerbaijan towns by the Armenian powers as “inexcusable and generally sad”.
“Pakistan remains with the thoughtful country of Azerbaijan and supports its privilege of self-preservation,” the FO said in an announcement.
On Friday, the Foreign Office discredited the reports that Pakistan Army is battling close by the Azerbaijan forces in Karabakh.
“Such reports are untrustworthy,” FO representative Zahid Hafeez Chaudri said in light of Indian media claims.
On Wednesday, Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev expressed gratitude toward Pakistan, Turkey, and Afghanistan for their help in the battling against Armenian powers.
Aliyev said Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Turkey had all exhibited help, however included that Azerbaijan’s military didn’t require outside assistance.