Documentary on Khojalu events being filmed in Armenia

Documentary on Khojalu events being filmed in Armenia

PanARMENIAN.Net - A documentary highlighting Khojalu events is being filmed in Armenia within Ordinary Genocide project framework.

The documentary will showcase a number of aspects, painful to Azerbaijani side.

“Our expertise proves all Azeri-concocted versions of Khojalu events as false. Experts maintain that military operation in Khojalu was followed by hostilities. Factual evidence proves Khojalu massacre to be a consequence of Azeri politicians’ inactivity. The town population was warned about oncoming hostilities, yet disallowed from leaving the town to be used as a shield by Azeri military,” Director of the Public Relations and Information Center at the Armenian presidential administration, Ara Saghatelyan, told a news conference in Yerevan.

Ordinary Genocide project aimed at revealing the truth behind 1988-1992 events which resulted in ethnic cleansings and genocide of Armenian population of Azerbaijan and Karabakh.

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