Baku. 30 January. REPORT.AZ/ As is known, the deputy chairman of Armenian Eagles: United Armenia political party, Mher Yeghisaryan died as a result of the 44-day hunger strike in the Nubarashen Prison, where he was detained. A number of prestigious foreign media outlets, including The Washington Post published the article "Armenian political figure died after a hunger strike". Vazgen Yeghisaryan, the son of a political prisoner, sent an open letter to the prime minister of Armenia and a group of MPs, accusing them of his father's death.
Azerbaijanis from around the world also reacted to the incident.
"The death of the political leader in Armenia as a result of a hunger strike indicates the cruel attitude of the authorities against people. Now, if they act like this against their own people, then how do they treat Dilgam Asgarov and Shahbaz Guliyev, who were taken hostage by Armenia, as well as other Azerbaijani captives?!”
The chairman of the United Ukrainian Azerbaijanis Congress, President of the Ukrainian National Assembly, Rovshan Tagiyev told Report that the indifferent approach by some European European institutions is a serious threat to the image of the West.
He said this fact proves that the Armenian leadership prefers political ambitions than the lives of their citizens.
"We would like the European institutions, especially the European Parliament, to consider all issues objectively. Since it is an important issue for the Azerbaijanis, especially the young people, who are the residents of Europe."
The coordinator of the Coordination Council of the Azerbaijanis in Finland and Head of the Azerbaijani-Turkish Youth Organization of Finland Ulviya Jabbarova told Report that on the back of the aggressive stance on Azerbaijan, the indifferent approach by some European organizations to the death of the Armenian opposition party leader as a result of a hunger strike, is injustice.
Coordinator of the Coordination Council of Azerbaijanis in Germany Yashar Musayev told Report that that indifference of the international organizations as well as the European Parliament to the incidents in Armenia is political injustice: "If Armenia acts this way against their own people, then how do they treat Azerbaijani captives? It is a tragedy," the diaspora leader said.