The visit of religious figures of the Georgian Muslim Board to Shusha has begun, Report informs.

The purpose of the visit, initiated by the Azerbaijani Embassy in Georgia, is to show visitors the acts of vandalism committed by Armenians in the liberated lands.

During the visit, a Shusha State Reserve Office representative gave detailed information about the city to the guests. It was noted that there were 17 neighborhoods, 17 mosques and 17 springs in Shusha. The guests visited the Natavan spring, commemorated the martyrs and prayed for their souls.

The delegation will also get acquainted with historical sites, cultural monuments and the Jydyr plain in Shusha.