The Azerbaijani community of the Canadian city of Toronto held a protest rally against the recent provocations and aggressive policy of Armenia, the State Committee for Work with Diaspora told Report.
The action was organized by the Vatan Center for Culture and Art on Mel Lastman Square.
Representatives of the Jewish and Turkish communities also took part in the protest.
The protesters demonstrated posters with the slogans “Karabakh is Azerbaijan!”, “Azerbaijan wants peace!”, “Armenia distorts the facts and deceives the world community!”, “Mines laid by Armenia kill civilians!” etc.
Cars with LED screens ran the streets of Toronto. The screens displayed the inscriptions “Azerbaijan wants peace, Armenia wants war”, “Armenian mines = a war crime” and others.
Azerbaijani diaspora organizations held protests against the provocations committed by Armenia on September 12-13 on the state border with Azerbaijan in almost 30 countries of the world. Appeals and statements were sent to authoritative international organizations and world leaders.