BAKU, Azerbaijan, April 19. The Azerbaijani
community of UK strongly condemns the fact of torture against
Azerbaijani soldiers captured by Armenia, Azerbaijani State
Committee for Work with the Diaspora told Trend.
The statement of the Azerbaijani community of UK, addressed to
the international organizations and local community on the behalf
of British Azerbaijanis Association, Azerbaijani community of
Northern Ireland clarifies under what weather conditions
Azerbaijani soldiers Babirov Agshin, born in 2004, and Akhundov
Huseyn, born in 2003 were captured and draws attention to the fact
that the soldiers of Azerbaijani army were tortured and inhumanly
treated. This incident was assessed as a gross violation of
international humanitarian laws by Armenia.
Relevant international organizations were informed that
investigation and properly evaluation of the above-indicated
violence, including the violence committed by Armenia against
Azerbaijani prisoners of war and civilian prisoners, and 3,890
missing Azerbaijanis over the past 30 years should be carried
The statement one more time underlines the breach of obligations
by Armenia under the Geneva Convention, Convention against Torture
and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment.
Our compatriots called on the local community and international
organizations to investigate the fact of violence, give a proper
legal evaluation and demanded the immediate and unconditional
release of the Azerbaijani servicemen.