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“What is special about 1993 year for Azerbaijan?”

10 January 2014 [10:14] - TODAY.AZ
The Lithuanian portal posted an article “Not only Muslims become terrorists”, which narrates on the terrorist acts committed by the Armenian terrorist organizations in 1973-1987 in Paris, Berlin, Melbourne, Toronto, Vienna, Lisbon, Frankfurt and Brussels against Turkish diplomats, historians and journalists.

Famous Lithuanian journalist, historian Gintaras Visotskas published another article on this portal under the title “What is special about 1993 year for Azerbaijan” telling about the terrorist acts against Azerbaijan. He dug deep into the history of Turkey and Azerbaijan using the encyclopedia “Crimes of Armenian terrorist groups and gangs against humanity” (19-20 centuries) prepared by the Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan. He provided an insight into the attempt on life of Tatiana Chaladze who used to write on the causes of the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh and headed the Latvijas Laiks newspaper. Chaladze was one of the first foreign journalists who raised the issue of crimes committed by Armenians against Azerbaijanis. Two young people shouted Ajastan (Armenia) and shot three times. The encyclopedia entitled Crime says Chaladze`s life was saved by the driver.

Many Latvian journalists understood that it was a terrorist act against a journalist supporting the Azerbaijani side.

Visotskas says the attacks of the Armenian gangs on the Azerbaijani civilians and foreigners supporting Azerbaijanis continued during 1993. During this period, Armenians committed terrorist acts in the Kalbajar region, burnt the Istisu town, blew up the passenger coach, attacked Azerbaijani region of Aghdam, towns of Fuzuli and Jabrail.

The occupied lands are used by Armenians to store nuclear waste, deforestation and narcotics cultivation.



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