The town of Fuzuli, once a prosperous agricultural area, has become a forest after the Armenian occupation, Report informs, citing the article by Pakistani producer Nabya Shahid, published on Global Village Space.

“The excruciating part is, the Armenian government did not even try to invest in the infrastructure or for the betterment of residents, instead they only vandalized the lands. The Armenian government destroyed the entire infrastructure of Fuzuli. Not a single building left behind is in normal shape,” the article reads.

It features not only the destruction left by Armenia in Fuzuli, but also the work done by Azerbaijan in just a year since the liberation of its lands.

“The city of Fuzuli was liberated by Azerbaijan on 17th October 2020 and Azerbaijan did a fantastic job in the reconstruction and restoration of destroyed buildings,” the article reads.