Armenian accused of espionage against Azerbaijan gives testimony at trial in Baku

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Read: 826     15:35     26 July 2021    

The trial on the criminal case of Davit Davtyan and Gevorg Sujyan, accused of espionage against Azerbaijan continues at the Baku Court on Grave Crimes, Defence.az reports. 


The trial is chaired by Judge Ali Mammadov. 

Davtyan and Sujyan were charged under Articles 228, 276, 279, and 318 of the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan.

The judge said that if, according to the results of the judicial investigation, the guilt of the accused is proved, then they can be imprisoned for up to 15 years.

Defendants Davtyan and Sujyan partially admitted their guilt, saying that they had illegally crossed the state border of Azerbaijan.

Then Sujyan testified.

A break was announced at the trial.

Davtyan and Sujyan were charged under Articles 228 (illegal possession of weapons), 276 (espionage), 279 (creation of armed groups not provided for by law) and 318 (illegal crossing of the state border) of the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan.



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Armenian accused of espionage against Azerbaijan gives testimony at trial in Baku

2021/07/1627299360.jpg
Read: 827     15:35     26 July 2021    

The trial on the criminal case of Davit Davtyan and Gevorg Sujyan, accused of espionage against Azerbaijan continues at the Baku Court on Grave Crimes, Defence.az reports. 


The trial is chaired by Judge Ali Mammadov. 

Davtyan and Sujyan were charged under Articles 228, 276, 279, and 318 of the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan.

The judge said that if, according to the results of the judicial investigation, the guilt of the accused is proved, then they can be imprisoned for up to 15 years.

Defendants Davtyan and Sujyan partially admitted their guilt, saying that they had illegally crossed the state border of Azerbaijan.

Then Sujyan testified.

A break was announced at the trial.

Davtyan and Sujyan were charged under Articles 228 (illegal possession of weapons), 276 (espionage), 279 (creation of armed groups not provided for by law) and 318 (illegal crossing of the state border) of the Criminal Code of Azerbaijan.



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