Armenians in Hungary plan to file legal claim over bribery in Safarov case

The national council of ethnic Armenians in Hungaryplans to file a legal claim against the Hungarian government’s controversial decision to transfer convicted Azeri murderer Ramil Safarov toAzerbaijan, Blikk reported on Tuesday.

The tabloid quoted council head Szeván Sarkisian (left) as saying the charges include abuse of power and bribery.

There are an estimated 3,500 to 30,000 ethnic Armenians living inHungary, half of whom speak Armenian as their native language, and there are currently 31 Armenian “self-governments” operating in the country.

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