Armenian flag burnt in Baku amid calls for war

Armenian flag burnt in Baku amid calls for war

PanARMENIAN.Net - An Armenian flag, with photos of current and former presidents, Serzh Sargsyan and Robert Kocharian, was burnt in Baku in protest of “occupation of Shushi ”, haqqin.az reported.

The action was organized by Karabakh Liberation Organization (KLO) Azerbaijani organization.

The demonstrators further held a rally, urging the authorities to unleash a war.

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