Armenian state official who insulted Azerbaijani in Moscow during Tovuz battles dismissed

Armenian state official who insulted Azerbaijani in Moscow during Tovuz battles dismissed
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  • calendar-gray 19 August 2020

The state official of the Armenian origin who committed unlawful and humiliating action against an Azerbaijani in Moscow during Tovuz battles has been dismissed from his position, said chairman of the Bar Association Anar Baghirov, APA reports. 

According to him, in connection with this issue, an appeal was immediately made to the lawyers functioning in Russia Suriyya Rzayeva and Nariman Aghasiyev. The struggle from the legal perspective waged by the Azerbaijani lawyers disinterestedly has yielded its initial results: “All necessary measures were immediately taken by our friends being true professionals and putting their lives to risk. The Armenian state official Roman Radikovich Shaginyan working in the position of head of department in the Administration of Mytishi urban county of Moscow Oblast has been penalized for his unlawful actions not fitting his status of state official and has been dismissed from his position”.

According to A. Baghirov, currently, the outstanding task is to bring Shaginyan to criminal responsibility: “All necessary appeals have also been made already for this purpose by our valuable patriotic lawyers”.

Note that during Tovuz battles, in the background of clashes occurred between Azerbaijanis and Armenians in Moscow, R. Shaginyan had committed hooliganism against Azerbaijani who sells fruit and vegetable in Moscow city.  R. Shaginyan had insulted our compatriot and used physical force on him. After the video that reflects this incident spread on social network, R. Shaginyan who committed the incident visited our compatriot the next day, and apologized to him.

Firuza Vahid

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