Azerbaijan sends third note to Iran

Wed 30 May 2012 13:12 GMT | 18:12 Local Time

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Elman Abdullayev

Azerbaijan has sent the third note to Iran.

The statement came from spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of Azerbaijan Elman Abdullayev, Gun.Az reports.

He said that the note is about two Azerbaijani poets detained in Iran.

He also added that it has been 25 days that Azerbaijan takes different steps.

"This process will be carried unless they respond".

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The spokesman for the Ministry underlined that this person was excluded in accordance with the provisions confirmed within the legislation.

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He also comments on possible recall of Azerbaijani ambassador against the background of recall of ambassadors of some countries from Syria. “Azerbaijan has not passed such a decision yet. We are closely watching the situation in Syria and regularly discuss these issues with the embassy. If there is any decision we will inform about it”.

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