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BAKU, February 29 (Itar-Tass) — President Ilkham Aliyev lauds a decision of the French Constitutional Council to reject a law on Armenian genocide.
“Azerbaijani President Ilkham Aliyev welcomes a fair decision taken by the Constitutional Council of France and considers it a manifestation of the freedom of the speech and thought,” the presidential press service reported on Wednesday.
The Azerbaijani president praises an address by a group of members of the French Senate to the Constitutional Council and the French public to reject a law, which envisages bringing to responsibility for “denying Armenian genocide”.
Aliyev also “expresses gratitude to all people who have similar views”.