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Russian billionaire Sergei Sarkisov called representatives of the Azerbaijani and Armenian Diaspora in Moscow to help end the unrest in the capital. About it reports RBC.
The businessman said he doesn’t like “mindless violence”, stating that his grandfather “was stabbed to death because of national and religious hatred fans, thugs, and Santa with his sister saved people of the same nationality, but good people, a risk to themselves and their families”.
“My brother and I were born and raised in Moscow. I have many friends-Azerbaijanis — a beautiful and noble people, a friendship which I cherish,” reads the statement Sarkisov.
According to him, he “ashamed of the vandals, decided to show their national identity, violence and destruction.” The businessman urged the representatives of both communities “to warn vandals” and “not to disgrace their people” arranging “showdown in the house in which you have been accepted”, that is in Russia.
“Our family undertakes to compensate the damages Azerbaijani businessmen Armenians,” — said Sarkisov.
On 25 July police in Moscow announced the arrest of more than 30 people involved in a mass brawl between Armenians and Azerbaijanis. From 23 to 24 July in the capital was recorded several cases of violation of public order, damage to property and injury to citizens of other States.
In the ranking of Forbes magazine Sarkisov family is among the top most successful business dynasties with a fortune of $ 1.6 billion. Sergei Sarkisov is the co-owner of RESO.
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