Azerbaijani ombudsman applies to International Red Cross Committee to assist with releasing captive military men
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 13 / Trend , K. Zarbaliyeva/
Azerbaijani ombudsman has applied to head of the International Red Cross Committee in Azerbaijan to assist with releasing sergeant of the Azerbaijani army who was taken captive by Armenian army on May 10.
Azerbaijani Armed Forces sergeant Anar Hajiyev was taken hostage in Fuzuli contact line on May 10. Hajiyev, who was called up for military service from Goranboy, has been taken hostage in unknown conditions.
In her appeal to Ton Vandenhov, Azerbaijani ombudsman said she hopes the sergeant will be released with the help of the International Red Cross Committee, the Ombudsman Administration told Trend .
Suleymanova asked to assist with providing condition in which Hajiyev's dignity will not be hurt, to exercise control over Hajiyev's condition with the help of regional representatives and assist with his soonest release.
"The public is concerned with Azerbaijani military men and civilians' becoming Armenian captives frequently," she said.
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