Interim Report prepared by Ombudsman regarding Armenia's missile attack on Ganja city

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The Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Sabina Aliyeva has developed an Interim Report concerning the serious damage to historical and religious monuments inflicted upon ballistic missile attacks on Ganja city by the Armenian armed forces, Defence.az reports citing press service of Ombudsman's office.


The Report provides the facts collected during the monitoring carried out by the Ombudsman in the “Imamzadeh” Religious Complex and Russian Orthodox Church “Alexander Nevsky” in Ganja city, which were seriously damaged as a result of missile attacks by the Armenian armed forces.    

The Report also provided information about launching ballistic missiles by Armenia on the ancient city of Ganja, the historical and cultural heritage center of Azerbaijan, underlining the facts that by doing so, the aggressor Armenia targets not only Azerbaijan, but also religious and cultural monuments, shrines and universal values of the world cultural heritage. The document also emphasizes that the occupying Armenia seriously violates the international humanitarian law, including 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, and the 1972 UNESCO Convention concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage, IV Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, the 1992 European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage and other international law norms and called on the international community to take serious measures for bringing occupying Armenia to international legal responsibility for national, spiritual, religious, historical, religious terror and destroying historical, religious and cultural monuments, for its war crimes committed in flagrant violation of the human rights and freedoms.

This Report was addressed to various international organizations, world community, NHRIs, different religious communities and confessions.

The full text of the Interim Report is available HERE .



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Interim Report prepared by Ombudsman regarding Armenia's missile attack on Ganja city

2020/11/16029-1604385812-1604386815.jpg
Read: 1236     17:20     03 November 2020    

The Commissioner for Human Rights (Ombudsman) of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Sabina Aliyeva has developed an Interim Report concerning the serious damage to historical and religious monuments inflicted upon ballistic missile attacks on Ganja city by the Armenian armed forces, Defence.az reports citing press service of Ombudsman's office.


The Report provides the facts collected during the monitoring carried out by the Ombudsman in the “Imamzadeh” Religious Complex and Russian Orthodox Church “Alexander Nevsky” in Ganja city, which were seriously damaged as a result of missile attacks by the Armenian armed forces.    

The Report also provided information about launching ballistic missiles by Armenia on the ancient city of Ganja, the historical and cultural heritage center of Azerbaijan, underlining the facts that by doing so, the aggressor Armenia targets not only Azerbaijan, but also religious and cultural monuments, shrines and universal values of the world cultural heritage. The document also emphasizes that the occupying Armenia seriously violates the international humanitarian law, including 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict, and the 1972 UNESCO Convention concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage, IV Geneva Convention Relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, the 1992 European Convention on the Protection of the Archaeological Heritage and other international law norms and called on the international community to take serious measures for bringing occupying Armenia to international legal responsibility for national, spiritual, religious, historical, religious terror and destroying historical, religious and cultural monuments, for its war crimes committed in flagrant violation of the human rights and freedoms.

This Report was addressed to various international organizations, world community, NHRIs, different religious communities and confessions.

The full text of the Interim Report is available HERE .



Tags: Ganja