Azerbaijanis living in Scotland held rally in protest of Armenian terror

  31 October 2020    Read: 1605
  Azerbaijanis living in Scotland held rally in protest of Armenian terror

Azerbaijanis living in Aberdeen, Scotland, staged a protest in front of St. Nicholas Church in the city center, AzVision.az report citing the press service of the State Committee for Work with the Diaspora.

 The protesters condemned the acts of vandalism committed by the Armenian army in Ganja and Barda, as well as in other settlements in the country, killing of civilians, including children and women.

Young people studying in Aberdeen and the Azerbaijani community pointed out that the shelling by heavy artillery of the Azerbaijani cities of Ganja and Barda and other settlements is a continuation of the aggressive policy of Armenia against Azerbaijan.

Our compatriots called on the international community not to be indifferent to the attacks against the civilian population of Barda with cluster bombs, the use of which is prohibited. The rally commemorated the victims of the Ganja and Barda terror attacks . The protesters shouted slogans in different languages ​​such as "Karabakh is Azerbaijan", "Stop the death of children", "Stop Armenian terrorism!", "Armenia, comply with UN resolutions!"


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