Azeri troops vandalize school after taking control of Karabakh village

Azeri troops vandalize school after taking control of Karabakh village

PanARMENIAN.Net - Azerbaijani troops have vandalized the walls of a newly-built school in the village of Jivani in Nagorno-Karabakh's Martuni region, which was captured during the six-week war in 2020.

According to videos spreading on social media, the walls of the school are tagged with graffiti.

Footage from territories now under Azerbaijan's control show that Azeris have spray painted pretty much every building in the historic Armenian city of Hadrut. They have also pulled down a number of memorials, desecrated and destroyed Armenian cultural and religious monuments.

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