Istanbul. October 19. REPORT.AZ/ Student dormitory named after Heydar Aliyev and a Khojaly Park in memory of victims of the Khojaly genocide and the Khojaly Monument will be opened in Kayseri, Turkey.
Turkish Bureau of Report News Agency informs that the state and government officials of both countries, Azerbaijanis living and working in the fraternal country, and public representatives will attend the ceremony.
The dormitory belonging to former President Abdullah Gül Foundation educational complex was built in accordance with modern standards.
The Khojaly park and Khojaly monument were built with the support of the Kayseri Metropolitan Municipality and organized by the Azerbaijani Education, Culture and Solidarity Association (AzeDer).
The head of the association, Elshan Gambarov told reporters that the park, which has been built for two years, is located in a large area in the center of Kayseri, near Erciyes University and its student complex.