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The Hungarian authorities have tightened the security of the Azeri embassy in Budapest with a view to prevent any actions against the embassy following the Azeri President's decision to pardon Ramil Safarov, an Azeri officer sentenced to life in jail for brutally killing an Armenian in Budapest.
Ekho Moskvi reports that they in the EU are concerned about the pardon of Safarov. They believe that this may have serious consequences for the region.
Meanwhile, the Armenian community of Hungary has started actions of protests and has promised to punish Azeris for the pardon of Safarov and to organize such actions in front of all Azeri embassies worldwide.