Media representatives of the Turkic Council member and observer states visited the Ganja city.
Report informs that as part of the visit, the guests viewed the territory in Ganja, where many civilians were killed and wounded, and large-scale destruction occurred as a result of the Armenian terror in October last year.
The guests were informed that the Armenian armed forces shelled civilians in Azerbaijan, violating the norms and principles of international law, the 1949 Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols, as well as the requirements of the humanitarian ceasefire, agreed at the end of the meeting in Moscow at their insistence, fired artillery.
It was noted that 26 civilians, including women and children, were killed and 142 were injured in rocket attacks on Ganja, the second-largest city in Azerbaijan, with a population of half a million and located more than 100 kilometers from the conflict zone. Civil infrastructure, historical and cultural monuments, as well as vehicles, were severely damaged. Use of Tochka-U, Smerch, Scud, and other missiles to attack the densely populated areas at night aimed at killing many civilians. Although the deliberate targeting of civilians is a crime against humanity, Armenia has continued its war crimes in defiance of international law.
The journalists commemorated the memory of civilians killed in Ganja as a result of Armenian terror.
Note that the journalists from Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, and Hungary visit these areas as part of the "Media Tour to Azerbaijan."