Member of the Armenian delegation in PACE and EuroNest Ms. Naira Zohrabyan sent a letter to President of the European Parliament Matin Schulz, President of PACE Jean-Claude Mignon, and Co-Chairman of the Euronest Parliamenatry Assembly Christian Vigenin.
Below is the text of the letter:
The whole civilized world and the European community are shocked by the Azerbaijani-Hungarian shameful deal, when, in the specific interests, EU and NATO member country Hungary, putting up European values and justice for sale, sold to Azerbaijan the monster who axe-murdered an Armenian officer during the 2004 NATO exercises held in Budapest. Statements have been issued by presidents and heads of various countries and international organizations recently. Of course, it is not always that these statements are adequate to the monstrous deal conducted, and an attempt is made in some statements to call on totalitarian Azerbaijan and especially Armenia to show the so-called restraint, which is definitely incomprehensible and inadmissible.
However, as a deputy of the PACE and EuroNest, I want to call your attention to the shameful fact that the monster Safarov was officially met in the airport by members of Azerbaijani delegation in PACE and EuroNest. It was an action organized by totalitarian Azerbaijan. It has one simple message:
"To Azerbaijan, the opinion of the international community, other European structures where this country is represented, is nothing.
Respected gentlemen, the European values are not a piece of rag so that we could allow every scum to wipe his feet on these values and rejoice. I share the opinion of Secretary General of the Council of Europe Yagland that he expressed after the extradition of the Azerbaijani monster: ‘This is not the Europe we are striving to build. Unless we give a definite assessment of what happened and unless we take concrete steps, no country - member of our family will be guaranteed that one day it will not become a target of a similar shameful deal.
I expect your definite response and assessment and I hope that this issue will become a subject of open and public discussion in the PACE, the European Parliament, and the EuroNest Parliamentary Assembly".