Gordon: U.S Dissatisfied and Shocked with Baku

WASHINGTON – Philip Gordon, the U.S Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasia, told Radio Free Europe that official Washington is still concerned and disappointed with Budapest’s decision to extradite Ramil Safarov.

Gordon added that Washington is worried about the decision of the Azeri government to pardon Safarov and promote him in rank.

According to him, the U.S is shocked by the glorification of the murderer which Gordon assessed as “real provocation for the region.”

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