Azerbaijan's State Commission responds to Armenians’ claims on remains found in Farrukh heights
Azerbaijan13:2021 April, 2022

Azerbaijan's State Commission responds to Armenians

Azerbaijan's State Commission responds to Armenians’ claims on remains found in Farrukh heights
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“It should not be considered a coincidence that Armenian “anthropologist” Levon Yepiskoposyan whose name is unknown to the scientific community, mentioned the city of Khojaly in the video material spread by Armenians,” notes the information of the State Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan on Prisoners of War, Hostages and Missing Persons, Qazet.az reports.

It was noted that the statement of “anthropologist” Levon Yepiskoposyan in his interview there is no basis to claim that remains found in Farrukh heights allegedly belong to Armenians who died in Khojaly in 1992-1993, that they were buried 12 km away from the city, and that area was a holy place for Armenians.

 

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