» I did not imagine that I would experience the horror of Sumgait in Moscow. Citizen injured in Azeri attack (Video)

I did not imagine that I would experience the horror of Sumgait in Moscow. Citizen injured in Azeri attack (Video)

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I did not imagine that I would experience the horror of Sumgait in Moscow. Erik Ananyan, a citizen who suffered from an attack by Azeris in Moscow, said this in a video published by journalist Naira Baghdasaryan.

"Eric, who suffered from the attack of the Azerbaijanis, is being treated in the maxillofacial department of the Moscow City Clinical Hospital after Inozemts. They performed jaw surgery, which was successful. The chief doctor of the department is an Armenian. He provided a separate ward for Eric and said that the patient would be discharged next week. Eric also has a concussion, a problem with the lens of his eye, his teeth are damaged. Eric is a car mechanic by profession, in a language he understands. Married: He has four children. Born in Sumgait, he was 12 years old when the massacres began. Their family moved to Armenia, then to Russia. Eric says he had no idea he would experience the horrors of Sumgait for the second time, this time in Moscow. He is terribly worried that he will not be able to go to work for a long time and that his family needs to be fed.

The investigation into Erikents' case is still ongoing. There are seven detainees, although the group that carried out the attack was about 30. Eric is worried that the criminals may not be able to escape or be released with a light sentence. He says in that case he will go to the European Court of Human Rights to prove that they did not commit hooliganism, but wanted to commit premeditated murder out of national animosity. According to him, the criminal gang should not only be punished, but also compensate for the physical and moral damage caused, because only if I restore my teeth, says Eric, I will spend a lot of money, not to mention other things. :

That is why he very much wants the lawyer dealing with their case, Narek Kostanyan, to be able to reach a fair decision and maximum compensation. Eric is also worried about the safety of himself and his family.

He once remembered and recounted what had happened to them. They write on social networks that they could not run away without falling into the hands of the gang. Eric says we could not, because at that moment the car was under a traffic light, and the traffic light in that part kept the red for about two minutes. He says if we drove, then we would have to cross a large flow of pedestrians. "