User talk:Sultan11

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Could you revert User:MauriManya's unilateral edition Azerbaijan (orthographic projection).svg denying the map to Wikipedia users showing the de-jure borders of Azerbaijan (and not de facto)[edit]

Could you revert User:MauriManya's unilateral edition Azerbaijan (orthographic projection).svg where s/he put Nagorno-Karabakh in it, without waiting for the response or permission of the creator User:Night w who seems to be currently inactive since June 2012. The problem is that many Wikipedia pages use this map showing the de-jure borders of Azerbaijan (without showing Nagorno-Karabakh). And as there is already an alternative map Azerbaijan (orthographic projection).svg with Nagorno-Karabakh in it, could you revert that user's unilateral edition to its original state of the User:Night w? Unfortunately the User:MauriManya has violated this by exploiting User:Night w's absence and is deliberately denying the map to Wikipedia users in its original state because that user has a political agenda.

Thank you