Shahin Sayilov: Examination proved the letters not written by captive Samir Mammadov

Shahin Sayilov: Examination proved the letters not written by captive Samir Mammadov
# 21 November 2007 16:08 (UTC +04:00)
It can be said with regard to Azerbaijani soldier captured on December 4, 2006,” secretary of State Commission on Prisoners of War, Hostages and Missing Persons Shahin Sailov told journalists, APA reports. He said that officers of International Committee of the Red Cross do not allow the captives’ parents to write sentences like “we miss you” or “return home”.
“This is not a right approach to the problem. The committee officers say that such things can not be written in the letter. It may have an impact on the citizen. But we showed them the letters that Armenian captives wrote to their families. We allow the captured Armenians to write anything they want to their parents,” he said.
Secretary of the state commission said that captive Samir Mammadov’s letters were examined.
“The letters he sent to his parents were suspicious. Samir Mammadov’s letters were written in the alphabet which he is not able to write. We found his real handwriting and examined it and saw that Samir had not written the letters. Armenia shows again that they do not fulfill their promise on captured and hostages. There are suppositions on his not wanting to return. We do not believe in it,” he said.
Sailov rejecting reports on Armenians’ murdering Samir Mammadov said that the entire world knows that he is captured by Armenians.
“International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) registered Samir Mammadov. Armenia can not take such act. But Armenians try to deceive world community by reports on his not wanting to return to Azerbaijan,” he said.
Sailov said that state took all the possible measures for his releasing and returning. /APA/

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