Azerbaijani President Aliyev has been out of his country for several days, preferring to be in one of his palaces in the Turkish region of Antalya, appearing in Baku only for briefings and “addressing the nation”, Volna Caspia newspaper writes, citing its sources.
According to the source, “the unexpected behavior of an Azeri dictator is connected with fears for his life and his government, due to the growing anti-war mood throughout Azerbaijan.” The reason for these disturbances was the failures of the Azerbaijani army in Karabakh, despite the promises of a quick “liberation” of the region.
According to the source, the Azerbaijani leadership tried to deprive its population of true information from the war zone, mainly by cutting off social networks throughout the country and obstructing the work of journalists.
“Only information that was favorable to Aliyev was received from the front,” the newspaper writes.
It is reported that there is a great deal of outrage in the whole country, which will most likely start in the areas inhabited by the indigenous peoples of Azerbaijan, but then it will definitely affect Baku as well.