Demand for Pakistani flags have spiked in Azerbaijan amid its conflict with Armenia, said Azeri Ambassador to Pakistan, Ali Alizada on Monday. Alizada in a tweet commented that Pakistan and Azerbaijan enjoy brotherly relations for decades.
“Love to #Pakistan & #Turkey is boundless in #Azerbaijan, and requirements for Pakistani flag are also increased,” said the ambassador in a tweet. He also thanked Pakistan and Azerbaijan for voicing unequivocal support for Azerbaijan in its ongoing tiff with Armenia.
Love to #Pakistan & #Turkey is boundless in #Azerbaijan,and requirements for Pakistani flag are also increased.
Internationally recognized territories of Aze🇦🇿are under #ArmenianOccupation almost 30 years.#DontBeSilent #SupportJustice#StopArmenianAggression#PrayForAzerbaijan https://t.co/azpbMUW3xa
— Ali Alizada 🇦🇿 (@Ali_F_Alizada) October 19, 2020
A video showing Azeri people waving the national flags of Pakistan and Turkey in the streets of Azerbaijan went viral on social media, earlier this month. The video showed three cars crossing a road in an unidentified city of Azerbaijan, as the people inside the cars waved the flags of Turkey and Pakistan.
The short video clip was shot from a nearby home. The people traveling in the car waved flags of both the countries to express love for them. Pakistan and Turkey have voiced strong support to Azerbaijan in its ongoing conflict with Armenia.
Similar pictures of Azeri people expressing love for Pakistan have been circulating on social media since last month.
Earlier this month, President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev had thanked the government of Pakistan for expressing solidarity with his country during its deadly tiff with Armenia.
In a viral video, the president lauded Pakistan for proclaiming support for the country against Armenian aggression.
“A meaningful support coming from brotherly countries is crucial for Azerbaijan to defend itself and fight the case against Armenia globally,” he said. He expressed these views while meeting the newly appointed Ambassador of Pakistan, Bilal Hayee, to Azerbaijan.
Images of people of Azerbaijan putting up flags of Turkey and Pakistan on the balconies of their homes went viral on social media last month.
GVS News Desk