French edition: Nothing remains of what was built by the Azerbaijanis in Aghdam – VIDEO
How can one justify the current state of the city of Aghdam, nicknamed the “Hiroshima of the Caucasus”? Nothing remains of what was built there by the Azerbaijanis, says an article by Guillaume Origoni, published in the French online edition Slate.fr.
According to Report, the author of the article, who visited the liberated territories of Azerbaijan, spoke about the urbicide committed there.
“One of the world’s most polluted territories in the world … Deserted towns, villages, houses in ruins and riddled with mines flicker on both sides of the bus windows. Once deprived of their inhabitants, the houses were gradually destroyed, and nature restored its rights to these places, the author of the article, who visited Aghdam, Shusha and Fuzuli said, sharing his impressions of the trip.
“The territory regained by Azerbaijan should be integrated with the rest of the country as soon as possible. Given the energy and resources involved, there is no doubt that this goal will be achieved within a few months. But for now, Shusha is inhabited only by workers and technicians who replace demining teams,” he notes, adding that the liberated territories are being actively restored.
“Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev wants to do it quickly and efficiently: large-scale work is being carried out in the city of Shusha and throughout the region,” said Origoni.