The parents of a soldier of the Azerbaijani Army, Samir Nazim oghlu Mamadov, who was captured by Armenians, have sent totally 4 letters to their son, receiving just one reply to these letters. As an uncle of the captured Azerbaijani soldier told Trend Regional Correspondent, representatives of ICRC (International Committee of Red Cross said that all the letters written had been delivered to his nephew. Samir Mammadov's uncle also noted that since the day when his nephew found himself in the Armenian capture, they family have got in touch with the ICRC every day, where they had been told that works in the issue of releasing the Azerbaijani soldier from the capture were still underway.
Notably, on December 24, 2006, a soldier of Military Unit X based in Gazakh Region of Azerbaijan, Samir Nazim oghlu Mammadov was captured by Armenian Forces under unknown circumstances. Samir Mammadov was called up to military service by the Military Registration Department of Barda District of Azerbaijan.
The Azerbaijan Defence Ministry said that the Azerbaijani soldier had lost his way and turned out to be in the hands of Armenian forces.
Employees of ICRC (International Committee of Red Cross) have visited an Azerbaijani soldier, which was recently captured by Armenians. The Azerbaijani soldier is being kept in Yerevan, a source in the Press-Service of ICRC Azerbaijan told Trend.
The ICRC representatives got acquitted with the conditions where the soldier is kept.
In audition, today, the ICRC Armenian Office has received a letter which was written by members of the Azerbaijani soldier's family. They pledged that it would be delivered to the soldier in the nearest days.