Azerbaijani military alpinists take part in Justice for Khojaly expedition - VIDEO

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Read: 774     11:59     17 February 2020    

An expedition was organized to Agri Mountain in Turkey as part of the “Justice for Khojaly” campaign carried out on the occasion of the next anniversary of the Khojaly tragedy.


Officers of the Air Force of Azerbaijan, Lieutenant Colonel Zal Nabiyev, First Lieutenant Ulvi Mammadli, as well as experienced alpinists of the Azerbaijan Mountaineering Federation Rufat Gojaev and Nemat Agayev are participating in the expedition.

Azerbaijani military alpinists will climb the 5157-meter peak of Agri Mountain, wave the flags of Azerbaijan and Turkey, and also post photographs of the victims of the Khojaly tragedy on the highest peak of the mountain.

Before the visit, the expedition participants laid flowers at the “Ana harayı” (Mother's Cry) Memorial dedicated to the Khojaly massacre, paid tribute to the memory of the victims of the tragedy.
The expedition will last until March 1.



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Azerbaijani military alpinists take part in Justice for Khojaly expedition - VIDEO

2020/02/1581926378.jpg
Read: 775     11:59     17 February 2020    

An expedition was organized to Agri Mountain in Turkey as part of the “Justice for Khojaly” campaign carried out on the occasion of the next anniversary of the Khojaly tragedy.


Officers of the Air Force of Azerbaijan, Lieutenant Colonel Zal Nabiyev, First Lieutenant Ulvi Mammadli, as well as experienced alpinists of the Azerbaijan Mountaineering Federation Rufat Gojaev and Nemat Agayev are participating in the expedition.

Azerbaijani military alpinists will climb the 5157-meter peak of Agri Mountain, wave the flags of Azerbaijan and Turkey, and also post photographs of the victims of the Khojaly tragedy on the highest peak of the mountain.

Before the visit, the expedition participants laid flowers at the “Ana harayı” (Mother's Cry) Memorial dedicated to the Khojaly massacre, paid tribute to the memory of the victims of the tragedy.
The expedition will last until March 1.



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