Azerbaijanis protests Armenian military aggression against civilians in Hague

The Azerbaijani Diaspora of the Netherlands held a sanctioned protest action in front of the local parliament in the Hague city, according to the State Committee for Work with Diaspora.

The protesters strongly condemned the acts of vandalism committed by the Armenian Armed Forces in Ganja and other settlements of Azerbaijan, the killing of civilians, including small children and women, and the destruction of civilian objects.

The event, organized by the Azerbaijani community in the Netherlands, was attended by members of the Diaspora organizations and Azerbaijanis living in the country.

It was noted that the massive shelling of the cities of Ganja and Mingachevir, Tartar, Goranboy, Barda, Yevlakh, Aghdam, and other districts of Azerbaijan is a continuation of the aggressive policy pursued by Armenia towards Azerbaijan.

The protesters called on the international community to hear the right voice of Azerbaijan and not remain indifferent to the acts of vandalism.

The national anthem of Azerbaijan was played at the event, slogans such as ‘Karabakh is Azerbaijan!’, ‘Pray for Ganja!’, ‘Stop the Armenian terror!’, ‘Stop the death of children!’, ‘We speak terror - no!’, ‘Don’t support the occupying country!’, ‘Armenia, observe the UN resolutions!’ and others.

According to the latest reports, as a result of the Armenian Armed Forces’ missile attacks on residential areas in the central part of Ganja city, the second-largest city of Azerbaijan located outside the front line zone on October 11 and October 17, 24 people were killed, about 90 people injured, and numerous civilian infrastructure facilities and vehicles were heavily damaged.


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