Azerbaijan, Baku, 16 April / corr Trend K.Zarbaliyeva / An ethnic Armenian, who resided in Azerbaijan, brought an action against Azerbaijan at the European Court, Chingiz Asgarov, plenipotentiary representative of Azerbaijan at the European Court for Human Rights, said in talks with journalists on 16 April.
Asgarov said that an Armenian, who resided in Gulustan village of Goranboy District, appealed to the European Court in connection with his replacement from his house in 1992 and demands restoration of his property right as specified by the European Convention.
Asgraov said that the European Court took the case into consideration and has commenced correspondence in this respect. "We have submitted to the European Court all the materials testifying that appeals are groundless," he said.
According to Asgarov, the European Court will not take any decision against Azerbaijan in this respect.
At present, Azerbaijan and the European Court are in contacts on 35 appeals. Most of them are linked with the violation of fair investigation, rights for respect of personality and family life, freedom of assembly and unions.
In the near future, the European Court is not expected to adopt any decision against Azerbaijan, he said.
So far the European Court has taken 11 decisions against Azerbaijan.
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