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 103 years have passed since the genocide committed against Azerbaijanis by Armenian Dashnaks Mar 31, 2021 | 09:23 / Important events

For more than two hundred years, Armenian-Dashnaks and their supporters have been committing genocides against Azerbaijanis, making land claims and causing great disasters. Almost from the beginning to the end of the twentieth century was accompanied by massacres, displacement, and exile of Azerbaijanis. The incidents of 1905-1907, 1914-1916, 1918-1920, 1948-1953, and 1988 are clear examples of Armenian fascism and savagery. As a result of the genocide against Azerbaijanis by Baku Soviet troops and Dashnak Armenian armed groups in Baku and various regions of Baku province, as well as in Karabakh, Nakhchivan, Shamakhi, Guba, Khachmaz, Lankaran, Salyan, Zangazur, and other areas on March 30-April 3, 1918, tens of thousands of our compatriots were killed precisely because of their ethnic and religious affiliation, and settlements, historical monuments, mosques, and cemeteries were destroyed. One of the goals of the policy of genocide pursued by the Armenian Dashnaks against our people and the Turkic world was to create a "Great Armenia" state at the expense of the occupied Turkic lands. The decree "On the genocide of Azerbaijanis" signed by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev on March 26, 1998, gave an adequate political assessment to these terrible events and declared March 31 "Day of the Genocide of Azerbaijanis."

The decree "On the genocide of Azerbaijanis" signed by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Heydar Aliyev on March 26, 1998, gave an adequate political assessment to these terrible events and declared March 31 "Day of the Genocide of Azerbaijanis." Today we must always protect the national unity of the Azerbaijani people, as we demonstrated to the world in the 44-day war so that such cases do not happen again.