Azerbaijan has always faced double standards of international organizations. The main goal of these standards is to prevent the rapid development of our country and the growth of its authority in the world. The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) is particularly active among international organizations with an anti-Azerbaijani position and pursuing a biased policy towards our country. The PACE's biased position towards Azerbaijan is mainly reflected in two issues. First, the attitude to democracy, human rights, freedom of speech and press, the fight against corruption and ensuring transparency in our country, and secondly, the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. The most striking example of Western double standards we can see in the reaction to the elections in Armenia. Parliamentary elections were held in Armenia in 2017. In the conclusion of the Western organizations, monitoring the elections, it was stated that all fundamental freedoms are observed in Armenia. However, a little later there was a revolution in Armenia, and the current Prime Minister, who lost the vote, dissolved the ruling party. Speaking at the UN General Assembly in 2019, Prime Minister of Armenia Pashinyan N., referring to the new elections held in December 2018, said: "For the first time in 25 years, these elections and their results were recognized by everyone and not questioned by any political party." In his speech, the Prime Minister noted that "immediately after coming to power, we started to take serious steps to create democratic institutions never existed in our country." Some organizations inspired by azerbaijanophobia, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the OSCE representative on freedom of the media, reacting to any even the smallest issue concerning our country, have never made any accusations against the lawlessness in Armenia. Apparently, the philosophy of their democracy sounds like: If you are my buddy and you work for me, then you are a democrat. Despite all this and the PACE position, Azerbaijan and Armenia cannot be put on the same scale. Because Azerbaijan is victim of occupation and Armenia is an occupationist, Azerbaijan is a country contributing to cooperation, peace and safety in the world, and Armenia is a country with economy on the decline. Western States resorting to double standards should consider all this. Otherwise, respect for these states will be lost completely. Despite the double standards existing against Azerbaijan and the attitude of Western countries towards us, our state continues to develop rapidly both from a political and economic point of view. Thanks to the persistence and determination of the Head of State, Mr. Ilham Aliyev, Azerbaijan is developing day by day and the number of our victories continues to grow. Because the Azerbaijani people support their leader.