Museum of Armenian pogroms in Azerbaijan should be opened in Yerevan

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/museum_2-2-2018/ in Armenian – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/museum_2-2-2018_hy/ Source – News.am, February 2, 2018 Translation in English by AGA-Tribunal. Until an appropriate assessment is given of what happened in the Azerbaijan SSR from 1988 to 1991, and until it is not yet said that the Armenians of Karabakh were forced to start defending themselves because of all this, there will be no peace in the region. This was announced at a meeting with journalists on February 2, 2018 by the coordinator of the Congress of Refugees from the Azerbaijan SSR Mariam Avagyan.

The film about the violent dearmenization of the Shaumyan region

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/shahumyan_1990/ The Shaumyan district (Artsakh) mainly populated with Armenians, in 1921 was illegally included in the newly created Azerbaijan. Armenians opposed this decision for 70 years. From 1988-1992, they opposed the armed attack of Azerbaijan, but on June 13, 1992 the entire area inhabited by Armenians, under the threat of complete destruction, was forcibly deported.

Anti-Armenian policy, crimes and pogroms by Azerbaijan were throughout the 20th century

in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/baku_13-1-2020/ More detailed in Armenian (հայերեն) – https://aga-tribunal.info/hy/baku_13-1-2020_hy/ (Text was provided by the Consulate General of the Republic of Armenia in Sankt Petersburg, Russia) None of the perpetrators and organizers of three Armenian pogroms in Baku in early and late 20th century was duly punished. Contemporary Azerbaijan is notorious for flourishing Armenophobia, distorting history of Baku, thus erasing the memory of the Armenian creative role and constructive contribution in the development of Baku.

About genocidal policy and crimes of Azerbaijan in the Statement addressed to UN

(in Russian – https://aga-tribunal.info/wa_7-8-2019_/) On August 7, 2019, the Republic of Western Armenia sent a large and unprecedented Statement to the UN “On the demarcation of the border between the state of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan”. In particular, it contained information on the genocidal crimes by Azerbaijan against the Armenian people. Below are some fragments from the Appeal.