The whole world is following the events taking place in Syria, as the confrontation in this region has become more widespread, deputy executive secretary of the ruling New Azerbaijan party, MP Mubariz Gurbanli told the party's official website.
He said both the government forces and opposition's armed groups bear heavy losses in battles and destroy everything around.
"All of this is unpleasant events, both in terms of the existing law and order in the world, and humanity," the MP said.
These events have become a source of great danger for the region, he added.
He said any interference with the events in Syria from the outside makes it clear that it will lead to the outbreak of war in the region.
"Therefore, special representatives are trying to stop the fighting in the country, as mandated by the UN Security Council. But their work does not bring the desired results. Fighting continues, and becomes even more widespread. Both sides are using heavy weapons, artillery, and aircraft. The possibility of chemical weapons use is not ruled out. In general, these events show that a new stage of global scale has started," he added.
Methods of geopolitical struggle have changed in the world, Gurbanli said.
The MP said the course of events in the Arab world shows that it is geopolitical interests that are behind all of this, and not democratic transformation, noble aims, or desire to overthrow the power which has been for a long time in power.
In particular, control over world regions advantageous from the geographical point of view is behind this and amidst this is control of energy, whereby the hegemonic countries express their interests, Gurbanli said.
"From an outsider's viewpoint it seems that the forces fighting for power want to bring the country to a new stage, to introduce a new system. But this is not a struggle for a new system. If those who support the forces opposing the Syrian government are really against human rights violations, why they show indifference to the fate of hundreds of thousands of people expelled from their native lands as a result of aggression?" he added.
In his view, the purpose of these processes is not to introduce a democratic system in Arab countries. These are totally different purpose - self-assertion in the fight to control the world's energy resources, and geopolitical interests.