"Destructions in the Jabrayil district reminded me of what I saw in Hiroshima and Nagasaki," Mexican journalist Federico Lamont, a presenter of Canal Once and ABC, told Report.
"If we turn to history, then Nagorno-Karabakh has always belonged to Azerbaijan. UN Security Council resolutions calling for the withdrawal of Armenian troops from Azerbaijani territory also prove this. I am here to convey the realities to the Mexican audience. I am here to explain to them what really happened here and who is to blame. History gives value to everything.
"After what I saw in the Muslim cemetery in Jabrayil, it became clear who was guilty," he said.
Lamont noted that while in Hiroshima in 1986, he prepared reports and visited the museum dedicated to the tragic events of 1945:
"What I saw here reminded me of what I witnessed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The only difference is that the atomic bomb exploded there, and here people forget about humanity. A large cemetery was destroyed. Humanity cannot be forgotten, but in this case, it happened."
The Mexican journalist said that Armenia should be held accountable for its actions. The international community must condemn the crimes of Armenia.
Journalists from South America have traveled to the regions of Azerbaijan liberated from Armenian occupation. They visited the cemetery destroyed by Armenians in the Jabrayil region.