Criminal case launched on facts of vandalism, committed by Armenians against historical and cultural monuments of Azerbaijan

Criminal case launched on facts of vandalism, committed by Armenians against historical and cultural monuments of Azerbaijan
Besides residential houses, educational, industrial, and agricultural institutions, hundreds of cultural facilities, as well as 927 libraries with a fund of 4.6 million books, 808 cultural palaces, clubs and cultural houses, 85 musical and art schools, 22 museums and museum branches which have more than 100 thousand exhibits, 4 art galleries, 4 theatres, 2 concert facilities, 8 cultural and recreation parks, more than 700 historical and cultural monuments, as well as 11- and 15-arched Khudafarin Bridges in Jabrayil district, Ganjasar and Khudavand temples in Kalbajar district, a temple in Khachin Turbatli village of Aghdam district, Azikh Cave, which is one of the residential settlements of the most ancient people of the world, in the territory of Fuzuli, Shusha State Historical-Architectural Reserve have been victims of Armenian vandalism in the territories, occupied as a result of the aggressive policy of Armenia against the Republic of Azerbaijan, Prosecutor General’s Office told Annşaz.

Based on the materials collected in connection with the mentioned facts, an investigation-operation group has been established with launching criminal case by the Prosecutor General of the Republic of Azerbaijan under the relevant articles of the Criminal Code and entrusting the Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General's Office to conduct a preliminary investigation.


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