Union of Liberation Movements will send appeals to the state, law-enforcement bodies of Hungary, and heads of the Baku offices of some international organizations as a sign of protest to an unfair sentence on an Azerbaijani officer, Ramil Safarov, the chairman of the Supreme Executive Council of the Union, Tahmasib Novruzov, told Trend.
The Budapest court sentenced Safarov, who is accused in the murder of his Armenian fellow, Gurgen Margarian, during the military exercises in Hungary.
Novruzov said that that they demand the reconsideration of the lawsuit on Safarov and conceal unfair verdict issued by the Hungarian Judge, Andras Vashputi. He also stressed that the verdict might have a negative impact on the relationships between Azerbaijan and Hungary.
The Judge was to take into consideration the crimes committed by Armenians in Azerbaijan in 1988-1994 and Khojaly tragedy prior to making a sentence. The tragedies took place on Safarovs eyes when he was a child. His psychological state ought to be taken into consideration, as he actually answered the insults to Azerbaijani and the state attributes of Azerbaijan, he underlined.
Novruzov noted that his organization has scheduled protest actions in this respect.