Azerbaijan’s Diaspora in Russia has appealed to the General Prosecutor to consider of Nzhdeh’s words on Turks as extremist idea
- 31 March 2020
Azerbaijan’s Diaspora in Russia has appealed to the General Prosecutor of the Russian Federation to close the Armenian "yerkramas.org" website and bringing its leadership to responsibility, APA’s Moscow correspondent reports.
Closing of the "yerkramas.org" website, which has chosen “We should not have a day without fighting against Turks” opinion of Garegin Nzhdeh as a motto and founding its leadership criminal and administrative responsibilities have been asked in the appeal sent to Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov on behalf of Head of the Azerbaijani national cultural center Elshan Ibrahimov.
Works, done by Azerbaijan’s Diaspora aimed at the suspension of activity of “Yerkramas” so far have also been revealed in the appeal. It has been noted that Roskomnadzor was appealed in order to take measures on the closing of the website and its leadership with claims of triggering enmity on a national basis in multinational Russia. In the response of the Roskomnadzor to the appeal media registration certification of “yerkramas” was cancelled under the decision of Pervomaisky District Court of Krasnodar dated November 14, 2016. It was found that since then Armenians’ website, disseminating fake news had not been registered in Russia as media. That is why Roskomnadzor’s control over the activity of the website is impossible.
This is why Azerbaijan’s Diaspora asked Prosecutor General of Russia to restrict access of "yerkramas.org website, which trigger for extremist activity, bringing the leadership of the site to criminal and administrative responsibility, and considering materials, disseminated in the website, as extremist.
Furthermore, Azerbaijan’s Diaspora has asked Prosecutor General to include the idea of “We should not have a day without fighting against Turks” of fascist Garegin Nzhdeh into the list of extremist ideas in order to prevent its use by Mass media and Non-governmental Organizations from now on.