"Djugha" documentary circulated in U.S. Congress

PanARMENIAN.Net - "Djugha" documentary about demolition of the ancient Armenian cemetery in Old Djugha (Nakhichevan) was circulated in the U.S. Congress. Expert in Armenian architecture Samvel Karapetian told a PanARMENIAN.Net reporter that 2000 copies of the film were distributed by the Organization of Armenian Architecture Studies in the Congress and Los Angeles basing NGOs.



Mr Karapetian informed that copies of the documentary will be shown in Armenian, Russian, English, French and Turkish in 2008. "The documentary made a deep impression. After the Strasbourg screening some MEPs condemned Azerbaijan's barbarian policy," he said.



The Organization also plans to shoot series of documentaries about demolition of Armenian historical monuments in present-day Turkey and Azerbaijan.
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