Agdam, April 6, AZERTAC
The Chairman of the UK-Azerbaijan Parliamentary Friendship Group, Bob Blackman, and his delegation were briefed today on the Armenian vandalism committed in the Agdam region of Azerbaijan. The visitors were accompanied by the Azerbaijani Ambassador to the UK Ellen Suleymanov and the Azerbaijani MP Sultan Mammadov.
Senior Adviser to the Office of the Special Representative of the President of Azerbaijan in the liberated territories of the Karabakh economic region (except for the Shusha region), Araz Imanov, informed the British delegation about the Armenian acts of vandalism committed in Agdam, including historical ones. and Religious Monuments of Azerbaijan.
Then the visitors visited the Aghdam Juma Mosque. Built in 1868, the mosque was looted by the Armenians during the occupation. Unlike other Azerbaijani religious monuments, the mosque was not destroyed by the Armenians who used the mosque’s minarets as observation posts. However, the Armenians desecrated the mosque by using it as a stable for livestock.
Visitors also saw the ruins of the Aghdam Drama Theatre.
They also learned about the Armenian barbarism committed in Martyrs’ Alley in Agdam. It was noted that many Azerbaijanis who were killed during the Khojaly massacre were buried here. However, when Agdam was captured by the Armenians, the cemetery was desecrated and ransacked, the corpses dug up and the gold teeth implanted in the corpses plundered.
The visitors were also shown in detail the restoration work that was carried out according to the general plan of the city of Agdam. It was also confirmed that on the initiative of President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev and the Azerbaijani government, the city of Agdam, known as “Hiroshima of the Caucasus”, will become one of the most beautiful cities in the region and the safe return of Azerbaijanis after 30 years of longing.
The UK delegation also met with officials from the Azerbaijani Mine Action Agency (ANAMA) and witnessed the neutralization of land mines laid by the enemy.
A delegation led by the Chairman of the British-Azerbaijani Parliamentary Friendship Group, Bob Blackman, has started its visit to Agdam.
According to the report of the AZERTAC regional correspondent, during the visit, the delegation members will be informed about the atrocities committed by the Armenian vandals in Agdam, which has been under occupation for 30 years, as well as the construction and creation work carried out here after the liberation, and they will get acquainted with the general plan of Agdam.
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