Aghdaban tragedy - facts and realities, VIDEO

  25 January 2016    Read: 3516
Aghdaban tragedy - facts and realities, VIDEO
Aghdaban tragedy, which was perpetrated by Armenian armed forces a year before the occupation of Kalbajar, is one of the bloody pages of the aggression of Armenia against Azerbaijan.

Aghdaban village is situated in Kalbajar district. In the night of 6th April, 1992, Armenian armed forces attacked to the Aghdaban village, burnt the village and perpetrated act of genocide. Historical, cultural and architectural monuments were destroyed by Armenians, holy sanctuaries and cemeteries were annihilated and destructed. Manuscripts of virtuoso of Azerbaijani classical ashug poetry Ashug Gurban and his son Ashug Shamshir were burnt and plundered as a continuation of vandalism policy perpetrated by Armenian separatists against cultural heritage of Azerbaijan.


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