Maragha Genocide as a Continuation of Azerbaijan’s Genocidal Policy

Azerbaijani military aggression against Nagorno-Karabakh Republic has a tragic history challenging human imagination, Maragha genocide stands out against this appalling background (Maragha is referred to as a Soviete village of Leninavan – two merged villages of Maraghi and Margushevan of the NKR Mardakert region, on the border with Mirbashir district (Terter  district), near the Azerbaijani city of Mir-Bashir (Terter). According to the last census conducted of 1989, the village had a population of 4,660.  The village was shelled on 5 a.m. of  April 10, 1992 that was no more intense than previously. The shelling intensified at midday by regular Azerbaijani […]

MECHANISMS FOR COUNTERING THE GENOCIDAL POLICY OF AZERBAIJAN AND ANTI-ARMENIAN FASCISM

Abstracts Nazism and racism are the main pillars on which the artificial Azerbaijan state was formed in 1918, which is a Pan-Turkish project. The current military-political leadership of Azerbaijan, remaining faithful to its style, continues to make Nazi ideology an integral part of domestic and foreign policy. which in different periods had different forms; – Before Azerbaijan acquired statehood, it manifested itself in opposition to the Muslim population, which formed the identity of the Caucasian Tatars around the idea of “Azerbaijanism”. -1918-1920 Pogroms of Armenians in Azerbaijan and Artsakh. The attempt was to bring the Armenian element out of the […]

Statement by the spokesperson of the Foreign Ministry of Armenia on the centennial of pogroms of Armenians in Agulis

in Russian հայերեն December 24, 2019 Source: MFA of Armenia Today we commemorate the centennial of massacres of Armenians in Agulis. A century ago, on the night of December 24 to 25, 1919, the peaceful Armenian population of Agulis was massacred, while this ancient Armenian settlement of Nakhichevan was left in ruins.