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learn how Armenian occupied Aghdam -Part IV
On 30 April 1993, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution â„– 822, demanding immediate withdrawal of all occupying forces from the Kalbajar and other recently occupied areas of Azerbaijan. On 29 July 1993, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution â„– 853, which demanded “the immediate, complete and unconditional withdrawal of occupying forces involved from the district of Aghdam and other recently occupied districts of the Republic of Azerbaijan”. On 14 October 1993, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution â„– 874, which called for “immediate implementation of the reciprocal and urgent steps provided for in the CSCE Minsk Group's Adjusted timetable, including the withdrawal of forces from recently occupied territories”. On 11 November 1993, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution â„– 884, which condemned the occupation of Zangilan district and the Horadiz town, attacks on civilians and bombardments of the territory of the Republic of Azerbaijan and demanded the unilateral withdrawal of occupying forces from the Zangilan district and Horadiz, and the withdrawal of occupying forces from other recently occupied areas of the Republic of Azerbaijan. In sum, the ongoing armed conflict in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh region of the Republic of Azerbaijan has resulted in the occupation of almost one-fifth of the territory of Azerbaijan and made approximately one out of every eight persons in the country an internally displaced person or refugee, 20,000 people were killed, 50,000 people were wounded or became invalids, about 5,000 citizens of Azerbaijan are still missing. The aggression against the Republic of Azerbaijan has severely damaged the socio-economic sphere of the country. In the occupied territories 871 settlements, including 11 towns, 848 villages, hundreds of hospitals and medical facilities have been burned or otherwise destroyed. Hundreds of thousands of houses and apartments, thousands of social and medical buildings have been destroyed or looted. Hundreds of libraries have been plundered, a great deal of valuable manuscripts have been burned or otherwise destroyed. Several State theatres, hundreds of clubs and dozens of musical schools have been destroyed. Several thousands of manufacturing, agricultural and other kinds of factories and plants have been pillaged. Hundreds kilometers-long irrigation system have been totally destroyed. Flock of several hundreds of thousands of sheep and dozens of thousands of cattle have been driven out of the occupied territories to Armenia. About 70% of summer pastures of Azerbaijan remain in the occupied zone. The regional infrastructure, including hundreds of bridges, hundreds of kilometers of roads and thousands kilometers of water pipelines, thousands kilometers of gas pipelines and dozens of gas distribution stations, have been destroyed. The war against Azerbaijan has also had catastrophic consequences for its cultural heritage both in the occupied territories and in Armenia. According to the preliminary data, the overall damage inflicted on the Republic of Azerbaijan as a result of Armenian aggression is estimated to be tens of billions USD. On 12 May 1994, the ceasefire was established. However, Armenia continues to violate the truce. Since summer of 2003 there has been an acute increase in the Armenian side’s violations of the cease-fire. In addition to shelling and killing Azerbaijani soldiers along cease-fire line, Armenians also attack civilians residing in the adjacent territories.
Armenians burns one more village in Aghdam
Armenians set fire to the occupied village Bash Gervend of Azerbaijna's Aghdam region.
's Karabakh bureau reports that you cannot see mountains in the contact line due to the thick smoke over the burning village.
The fire spread to the areas near the contact line populated by Azerbaijanis. Mine explosions occurred in the contact front line.
Armenians started to set fire to occupied villages Yusifjanli, Novruzlu, Baghmanlar, Sariajali, Saybali and Gulchuluk farm of Aghdam from May 31.
Local residents say Armenians loaded trucks with the things of the houses and then burns the houses, other constructions and sowing areas.
The burning houses in the occupied villages can be observed from the villages on border now.
Jul 25, 2009
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