Ali Hasanov: Red Cross takes lessons from our critics

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International Committee of the Red Cross has taken lessons from our critics, and started effective steps due to the seizure of Azerbaijani hostages in Kelbajar.

Today, the ICRC will make a joint statement with the Azerbaijani government on this issue. Such a loud statement was made today by the headof the State Committee for Refugees , Deputy Prime Minister Ali Hasanov, at a ceremony on the occasion of 21 th anniversary of the occupation of Agdam region by Armenians.

He denied the accusations of the Armenian side that detainees in Kalbajar region, Dilgam Askerov and Shahbaz Guliyev are saboteurs.

Hasanov said that previously they also went to the occupied territories, which are their homeland, to visit graves of their parents and relatives.

“There died a 17-year-old boy. Armenians cannot solve the crime, and therefore blame Dilgam and Shahbaz,” Hasanov said, expressing fears for the fate of the hostages.

According to him, the Armenian side, in violation of the Geneva Conventions, does not allow the hostages to meet with the representatives of the Red Cross. This gives Hasanov a reason to believe that the hostages are tortured, and made various injection.

Concerning the murder of the third Azerbaijani in Kalbajar, Hasanov said that on this occasion today the Azerbaijani government and the ICRC will issue a joint statement.

According to him, “after a serious warning from the ICRC, the organization stated effective steps”. “They have made a conclusion have learned. Today’s announcement may be viewed as the result of this,”- said Hasanov.

A protest outside the offices of the ICRC took place today. According to Tabriz Musayev, the organizer of the action, the head of the public association “Liberation of Irevan”, protesters demanded the release of “Kelbajar partisans.”

They held placards with slogans such as “Freedom for those who hit the hostages in their own land,” “Freedom Dilgam and Shahbaz,” “Red Cross – work or leave it!”.

Turan failed to get comments from the ICRC regarding the statements of Ali Hasanov and the action of protests.

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Ali Hasanov: Red Cross takes lessons from our critics

July 23rd, 2014

publika.az1395065308Əli_Həsənov_PA-01debatdan dnasdfgh5 (1)ali hasanov
International Committee of the Red Cross has taken lessons from our critics, and started effective steps due to the seizure of Azerbaijani hostages in Kelbajar.

Today, the ICRC will make a joint statement with the Azerbaijani government on this issue. Such a loud statement was made today by the headof the State Committee for Refugees , Deputy Prime Minister Ali Hasanov, at a ceremony on the occasion of 21 th anniversary of the occupation of Agdam region by Armenians.

He denied the accusations of the Armenian side that detainees in Kalbajar region, Dilgam Askerov and Shahbaz Guliyev are saboteurs.

Hasanov said that previously they also went to the occupied territories, which are their homeland, to visit graves of their parents and relatives.

“There died a 17-year-old boy. Armenians cannot solve the crime, and therefore blame Dilgam and Shahbaz,” Hasanov said, expressing fears for the fate of the hostages.

According to him, the Armenian side, in violation of the Geneva Conventions, does not allow the hostages to meet with the representatives of the Red Cross. This gives Hasanov a reason to believe that the hostages are tortured, and made various injection.

Concerning the murder of the third Azerbaijani in Kalbajar, Hasanov said that on this occasion today the Azerbaijani government and the ICRC will issue a joint statement.

According to him, “after a serious warning from the ICRC, the organization stated effective steps”. “They have made a conclusion have learned. Today’s announcement may be viewed as the result of this,”- said Hasanov.

A protest outside the offices of the ICRC took place today. According to Tabriz Musayev, the organizer of the action, the head of the public association “Liberation of Irevan”, protesters demanded the release of “Kelbajar partisans.”

They held placards with slogans such as “Freedom for those who hit the hostages in their own land,” “Freedom Dilgam and Shahbaz,” “Red Cross – work or leave it!”.

Turan failed to get comments from the ICRC regarding the statements of Ali Hasanov and the action of protests.

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