Baku: Memorial To So-Called "Armenian Genocide" Erected In Hungary

MEMORIAL TO SO-CALLED “ARMENIAN GENOCIDE” ERECTED IN HUNGARY

APA, Azerbaijan
April 22 2013

Baku. Anakhanum Hidayatova – APA. A memorial to the so-called “Armenian
genocide” has been erected in Szeged, the city of Hungary.

APA reports quoting Hungarian media that the memorial has been erected
in the Park of Christian Solidarity near Szeged cathedral.

Armenian ambassador to Hungary Levon Sargsyan (brother of Armenian
President) said that the two nations have strong ties and some
difficulties are left behind. Hungarian Foreign Minister Janos Martonyi
said that bilateral relations will be further expanded.

Armenia suspended diplomatic relations with Hungary, after in
August 2012 Budapest extradited Azerbaijani officer Ramil Safarov,
who killed Armenian officer Gurgen Markaryan and was sentenced to
life imprisonment.

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