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 Friday, August 11 2017 19:35
Tatevik Shahunyan

A case on the fact of keeping a citizen of Armenia in slavery in one  of the Azerbaijani-populated villages of Georgia is opened

A case on the fact of keeping a citizen of Armenia in slavery in one  of the Azerbaijani-populated villages of Georgia is opened

ArmInfo. The Investigative Committee of Armenia initiated proceedings on the fact of keeping a citizen of Armenia in slavery in the Azerbaijani-populated village of  Sohanlukh of Georgia.

The case was initiated on the basis of media materials. As a result  of the measures taken by the IC, it was found out that in 2003 the  citizen of the Republic of Armenia, in the hope of finding a job,  went to Georgia.  There he asked an unfamiliar driver to assist him  in finding a job. The latter drove a RA citizen to the village of  Soganlukh and handed over to one Azerbaijani family, who, using the  helpless condition of a citizen of the RA, unfamiliarity of the  terrain contained his slavish conditions until May 7, 2017. The RA  citizen was permanently forced to perform hard physical work for this  family and its neighbors. For this he did not receive salary, was  kept on the roof of a house belonging to the Azerbaijani family,  slept on cardboard boxes. 

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