Armenians residing in Belgium held a demonstration against the extradition and pardoning of Ramil Safarov
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 8, ARMENPRESS: Number of Armenians residing in Belgium held a demonstration against the extradition and pardoning of Ramil Safarov outside the Permanent Representation of Hungary to the EU in Brussels. Demonstration was organized by Hay Dat (CDCA Belgique), the Armenian Student Association "Hayasa'', Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society and the Armenian Community of Belgium.
As Armenpress was informed from CDCA Belgique, a Memorandum was presented to a Hungarian representative, which was addressed to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary - Mr. Martonyi.
The Memorandum protests against the recent decision to extradite Ramil Safarov to Azerbaijan and reads that the „Armenian community of Belgium strongly comdens the decision of Hungary’s governemnt to extradite the murderer to Azerbaijan. We expect a strong reaction and condemnation from Hungary against Azerbaijan to put an end to the fact that your country sold its justice for oil and gas blood money“.
The Representative from Hay Dat and the president of Hayasa were assured by the Hungarian representative that the memorandum will be send to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and he espressed hope that in the nearest future the Hungarian-Armenian relations will be normalized.
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