Azerbaijani serviceman speaks of tortures in Armenian captivity  

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Read: 498     12:46     05 January 2021    

"I feel good. Thanks to our state and our President, we returned to Azerbaijan. We were treated and discharged to home today. I want to express my gratitude to the Supreme Commander-in-Chief and Azerbaijani people for their support," Bayram Karimov, who was released from Armenian captivity told AzVision.az. 

He said that he was very happy for his reunion with his homeland and family.

"I feel happy. I miss my family, especially my son. On September 29, I joined the army voluntarily and participated in battles. I have participated in the battles for Fuzuli, villages of Shusha and the city of Shusha. Everyone was in high spirit. We were clearing our lands of hateful Armenians. With the liberation of each village, we became more enthusiastic to move forward. If I had not been wounded at the entrance to Khankendi, I would have fought until the end. "

Karimov noted that he was hit by an enemy bullet while removing his wounded comrades during fierce battles at the entrance of Khankendi city.

"We were evacuating our wounded friends from the battlefield. I was shot in the back and wounded. There was a fierce battle, and my comrades could not get me out of the field. I did not see the Ukrainian journalist Alexander Kharchenko who filmed us later. When I opened my eyes, I was already in Armenia."

Bayram said he was tortured in captivity: “They tortured us from the day we were taken away. I was given electric shock and beaten with a truncheon. They wanted to get information but as I didn't know anything, I didn't say anything. They understood that I did not know anything, and then they gave up. Nothing has been done for the last 10 days before our return, I stayed in the intensive care unit for 8 days. Representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross came in early December and brought a letter from my father. I gave up hope. Thankfully, our president saved us from the enemy. We did not know that we would return until the last moment. When we got off the plane in Baku I found out that we were back.”



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Azerbaijani serviceman speaks of tortures in Armenian captivity  

2021/01/13446-1609330447-1609836460.jpg
Read: 499     12:46     05 January 2021    

"I feel good. Thanks to our state and our President, we returned to Azerbaijan. We were treated and discharged to home today. I want to express my gratitude to the Supreme Commander-in-Chief and Azerbaijani people for their support," Bayram Karimov, who was released from Armenian captivity told AzVision.az. 

He said that he was very happy for his reunion with his homeland and family.

"I feel happy. I miss my family, especially my son. On September 29, I joined the army voluntarily and participated in battles. I have participated in the battles for Fuzuli, villages of Shusha and the city of Shusha. Everyone was in high spirit. We were clearing our lands of hateful Armenians. With the liberation of each village, we became more enthusiastic to move forward. If I had not been wounded at the entrance to Khankendi, I would have fought until the end. "

Karimov noted that he was hit by an enemy bullet while removing his wounded comrades during fierce battles at the entrance of Khankendi city.

"We were evacuating our wounded friends from the battlefield. I was shot in the back and wounded. There was a fierce battle, and my comrades could not get me out of the field. I did not see the Ukrainian journalist Alexander Kharchenko who filmed us later. When I opened my eyes, I was already in Armenia."

Bayram said he was tortured in captivity: “They tortured us from the day we were taken away. I was given electric shock and beaten with a truncheon. They wanted to get information but as I didn't know anything, I didn't say anything. They understood that I did not know anything, and then they gave up. Nothing has been done for the last 10 days before our return, I stayed in the intensive care unit for 8 days. Representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross came in early December and brought a letter from my father. I gave up hope. Thankfully, our president saved us from the enemy. We did not know that we would return until the last moment. When we got off the plane in Baku I found out that we were back.”



Tags: #Azerbaijan