The extradition of life-imprisoned Azerbaijani Ramil Safaraov, who had been detained in February 19th 2004, by the decree of Hungarian Ministry of public management and justice for viciously killing Armenian officer Gurgen Margaryan, and his pardon by Azerbaijani president became the reason of worry and fury of Armenian society. By this decision Hungarian and Azerbaijani authorities address the murderers that their murders on ethnic or religious grounds may remain unpunished.
This fact disappointed Armenian Police as well.
In the address to the summit council of CIS inner affairs’ ministers to take place in Baku it is said: “As you know that EU and NATO member Hungary entered into deal with Azerbaijan, as a result of which the murderer having axed the sleeping Gurgen Margaryan during NATO trainings, was extradited to Azerbaijan and then immediately set free. The inner affairs’ ministries of CIS are to struggle against any kind of criminals in the case when the city hosting NATO inner council approves such brutalism. Thus, we think it impossible to discuss such issues in Azerbaijani territory.”
It is also mentioned in the address that Armenia will not take part in summit in Baku, and the credentials of the minister of RA inner affairs will be delegated to RF inner affairs’ minister.
Secondly RA police 10 policemen of RA Police called back from trainings in Budapest.
In the address of RA chief policeman to the US ambassador to Armenia it is said: “Armenia appreciates your efforts of organizing different trainings for Armenian Police officers. But in this situation Armenian Police delegation can’t stay in a country that denied justice and entered into deal with Azerbaijan.”