WHEN WILL BAKU START SEARCHING FOR "ARMENIAN TRACE" IN ALLEGED TERRORIST ACT IN MOSCOW?

/PanARMENIAN.Net/
13.05.2009 22:06 GMT+04:00

/PanARMENIAN.Net/ On the day of the Eurovision contest's first
semfinal, FSB agents managed to avert a terrorist act plotted
by unknown gunmen. Not far from "Olympic" sport complex, security
officials found a polyethelene package containing 6 bullets (calibre:
9 mm). The incident occurred a few hours before the start of the
contest. The singers were to make their entrance at 23:00p.m. Moscow
time, while the ammunition was found at 19:30 p.m.

It's noteworthy, that a few days before the concert, Day.az predicted
such developments, announcing that no terrorist act could be allowed
during Eurovision 2009 contest. According to the Azerbaijani news site,
"the Armenians who launched terrorist act in Moscow can now anticipate
deteroriation in speedily developing Russian-Turkish ties".

Similarly, the Azeri press found "Armenian trace" in the gunshot of
students in Baku Oil Academy. Particularly, Bakililar.az disseminated
information that "Georgian law enforcement agencies and special
services identified the Armenian who aided Farda Gadirov in plotting
the conspiracy. Law enforces are now undertaking measures to arrest
the conspirator. In that connection, Azerbaijani Interior Ministry
has set up a special group in Georgia.

As reported by Paata Zakareishvili, such accusation against Armenians
is so absurd that no one pays attention to it in Georgia. "There's
no Azerbaijani investigative group in the country. These are false
stories ivented by the Azeri press," Mr. Zakareishvili stressed,
adding that no one in Georgia was going to comment on such obvious lie.