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Armenia: Students Pen Letter to Hungarian Prime Minister

The blog, An Armenian Journalist Notes, posts about a letter from a collective group of Armenian students addressing their frustration and disappointment about recent events involving the extradition of Ramil Safarov, an Azerbaijani military officer serving a life sentence for killing Armenian military officer Gurgen Margaryan in 2004 while both were in Hungary. The note, which also contained signatures from the students, questions Prime Minister Viktor Orbán on his country's European values and morality given that the murder was driven by ethnic hatred.

 

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