Pro­jec­tile fired by Ar­me­nian mil­i­taries to be on dis­play

Azer News - - Front Page - By Rashid Shiri­nov

A num­ber of ma­te­ri­als re­flect­ing the Ar­me­nian-Azer­bai­jani Nagorno-Karabakh con­flict are reg­u­larly ex­hib­ited at the Na­tional Mu­seum of His­tory of Azer­bai­jan un­der the Azer­bai­jan Na­tional Acad­emy of Sciences (ANAS).

Anum­ber of ma­te­ri­als re­flect­ing the Ar­me­nian-Azer­bai­jani Nagorno-Karabakh con­flict are reg­u­larly ex­hib­ited at the Na­tional Mu­seum of His­tory of Azer­bai­jan un­der the Azer­bai­jan Na­tional Acad­emy of Sciences (ANAS).

Re­cently, a res­i­dent of the Fizuli re­gion of Azer­bai­jan, teacher of Baku State Univer­sity Nazim Vel­ishov handed to the Mu­seum new ev­i­dence re­flect­ing the cru­elty of the Ar­me­nian army.

It is a pro­jec­tile thrown from a mounted grenade launcher of the Ar­me­nian Armed Forces in July this year, when the Alkhanli vil­lage of Fizuli re­gion was sub­jected to heavy fir­ing by the Ar­me­nian mil­i­taries. As a re­sult, a shell frag­ment killed two in­no­cent Azer­bai­jani civil­ians – a 51 year-old woman and her two-year old grand­daugh­ter Zahra.

Now, this ev­i­dence of the Ar­me­nian bru­tal­ity will be ex­hib­ited in the Na­tional Mu­seum of His­tory of Azer­bai­jan.

Azer­bai­jan’s vil­lages in many front­line re­gions, mainly in Fuzuli, Ag­dam, Jabrayil, Tar­tar and oth­ers, fre­quently face shelling and provo­ca­tions by the Ar­me­nian mil­i­taries. By com­mit­ting such provo­ca­tions, the Ar­me­nian side de­lib­er­ately seeks to cause dam­age to Azer­bai­jani peo­ple liv­ing near the front­line and tries to make their life dif­fi­cult and risky.

Sadly, Ar­me­nia still re­mains un­pun­ished for pe­ri­odic shelling of Azer­bai­jani ci­ti­zens as no in­ter­na­tional or­ga­ni­za­tion has yet taken a se­ri­ous ac­tion against the ag­gres­sor coun­try. The in­dif­fer­ence of the in­ter­na­tional com­mu­nity to these provo­ca­tions is one of the main rea­sons why the Ar­me­nia-Azer­bai­jan Nagorno-Karabakh con­flict is still un­re­solved.

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