Armenia Should Sue Azerbaijan For Granting Pardon To Safarov: Nazeli

ARMENIA SHOULD SUE AZERBAIJAN FOR GRANTING PARDON TO SAFAROV: NAZELI VARDANYAN

ARMENPRESS
31 August, 2012
YEREVAN

YEREVAN, AUGUST 31, ARMENPRESS: Currently Armenia lacks legal tools
pertain to justification and release of penalty Azerbaijani Ramil
Safarov assassinating Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan when the latter
taking NATO English language courses in Budapest. Gurgen Margaryan
family advocate, a lawyer Nazeli Vartanian commented on the spread
statement about Safarov pardon.

“During these four years Azerbaijan was working in that direction and
we within our capacities cared no efforts too “Vardanyan noted. In
the words of the advocate Armenia must sue Azerbaijan, which this
way becomes the full responsible of the committed crime, Armenpress
reports. “We must seek path to be guided by international norms”
the lawyer noted.

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev released from sentencecriminal
Ramil Safarov assassinating Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan during
NATO courses on August 31.

On February 19 of 2004 in Budapest Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov
slayed with an ax Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan when the latter
was sleeping. The two officers were taking part in English language
courses in framework of NATO program in Budapest. Hungarian court
sentenced Ramil Safarov to life imprisonment, without a right to be
pardoned during the first 30 years in jail. Azerbaijani President
Ilham Aliyev released criminal Ramil Safarov assassinating Armenian
officer Gurgen Margaryan during NATO courses from sentence.

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