Lachin-Khankandi road: Number of peaceful protesters keeps growing, calls made for end to Armenia’s eco-terror
The peaceful protests of Azerbaijani ecologists and NGO representatives on the Lachin-Khankandi road against the illegal exploitation of mineral deposits, especially the Gizilbulag gold and Damirli copper-molybdenum deposits located in the Azerbaijani territories, where the Russian peacekeeping contingent is temporarily deployed, have been going on for the 32nd straight day, News.Az reports.
The number of peaceful protesters is growing despite the freezing weather.
The protesters continue to chant various slogans in English and Russian calling for an end to the ecocide against Azerbaijan, as well as demanding monitoring of Azerbaijan’s mineral deposits in the areas where the Russian peacekeeping contingent is deployed.
The unimpeded passage of various vehicles, including ambulances and humanitarian convoys is ensured, and the road is open for humanitarian purposes.