Dutch students learn the Second Karabakh War and its consequences
The third-year students of the journalism faculty of the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands studied the views of the Azerbaijani diaspora within the project about Azerbaijani-Armenian war.
Emil Aliyev, head of the European Azerbaijanis Media Group and coordinator of Coordination Council of Azerbaijanis in the Netherlands-Belgium, said that the project coordinator appealed to the leaders of the Azerbaijani and Armenian diasporas living in the Netherlands to get detailed information about the Second Karabakh War and the November 10 agreement.
Emil Aliyev was interviewed during a meeting held with students in the building of the Azerbaijani-Turkish Cultural Association. During the interview, detailed information was provided on the history of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the fact that the Nagorno-Karabakh region and 7 adjacent regions are the ancient lands of Azerbaijan, and Armenia was forced to sign the agreement on November 10 as a result of the victory of the Azerbaijani state during the Second Karabakh War.
The areas currently controlled by the Azerbaijani army and Russian peacekeeping forces was shown on the map. Various projects that will be implemented related to security, infrastructure and restoration of communications in the liberated Karabakh region were also discussed.
The project will be presented to the faculty and students of Tilburg University.