After the resettlement in the territory of Azerbaijan, Armenians began to appropriate cultural monuments, customs and traditions, the way of life of Azerbaijani and other peoples, said Azerbaijani MP Siyavush Novruzov.
He made the remarks at an international conference dedicated to the issues of copyright and the fight against piracy and counterfeit goods.
Novruzov also noted the serious problems related to appropriation of monuments by Armenians in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan.
He added that it is necessary to intensify the work on the preservation of historical monuments.
"Within the framework of UNESCO and ISESCO conservation work is carried out, however, close attention should be paid to the issue of registration. We must fight with the false registration, which is carried out by Armenians," Novruzov said.
He pointed out that the issue of registration is important for the preservation of copyright. He reminded that during the Soviet period any book, textbook or other publication could not be published without registration.
"Today everyone can publish what he wants. One person changes the cover and the names of the editors of the book, making it his own. And the opposite side can not prove that this is his book. If the copyrights to a book are registered, then others will not be able to use it," said the MP.