“In Azerbaijan, anti-Armenian racism is felt constantly – hysterical, reckless, passionate, and dangerous,” said French philosopher and prose writer Michel Onfray in an interview with the French-Armenian magazine “Nouvelles d’Arménie.”
The philosopher visited Azerbaijan at the invitation of his friend, a composer of modern music Pierre Thilloy. Regarding the impressions of this trip, Onfray said that because of his friendship, he does not want to give details.
“However, I had a strong feeling of discomfort,” he noted.
In response to a question about whether he felt anti-Armenian racism in Azerbaijan, the French philosopher said: “Constantly… It was hysterical, reckless, passionate, dangerous.” Responding to a question about whether he supports the right of Nagorno-Karabakh to self-determination, Michel Onfray said: “Clearly, yes.”