Rahman Hasanov, father of Armenian-captured Azerbaijani soldier Rafig Hasanov has not heard of his son since July 27.
Rahman Hasanov told APA that the representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) visited Rafig Hasanov and monitored his detention conditions on July 23. The captive’s letter was delivered to his family on July 27. Since then, Rahman Hasanov has not received information about his son.
“Before we received Rafig’s letter, Baku office of the International Committee of the Red Cross told me that he felt bad. Later, I received his letter. Maybe they killed him. I demand right information about my son,” he said.
Hasanov said the local bodies showed indifference to the captivity of his son.
“Neither the military commissariat nor Aghdam region executive power concerned itself with us. I sent my son safe and sound and now demand him safe and sound,” he said.
Rafig Hasanov, 20, was captured on the line of contact in Gazakh on October 8, 2008.