The international group of travelers from the UK, which includes representatives of 12 countries, has left for Shusha after getting acquainted with the Azikh cave in Azerbaijan, Report informs.

Report’s correspondent says they will first visit the Khankandi-Lachin road, where the environmental activists held a peaceful protest, to see with their own eyes what actually happened there.

Then the travelers will visit Shusha and get acquainted with the sights of the city destroyed during the occupation, the shot monuments, and the active construction and restoration of the cultural capital of Azerbaijan. They will also visit Jydyr Duzu (Jydyr Plain).

The travelers will visit the liberated Azerbaijani territories on February 4–6 along the route Fuzuli-Khojavand-Shusha-Kalbajar-Lachin-Zangilan-Jabrayil-Agdam. This trip once again demonstrates a significant increase in the interest of international travelers in construction and restoration work in the liberated territories of the country, completely destroyed during the almost 30 years of occupation.

They will also be briefed on the progress of demining work. Over the past two years, representatives of the main international travel clubs – Etic, MTP, TCC, NomadMania, and the Turkish Travel Club have visited Karabakh and East Zangazur. Such visits were implemented once in 2021 and four times last year. The current trip is the sixth in a row. The group includes travelers interested in military history, including authors of famous travel books.