The employee of the Azerbaijan State News Agency (AZERTAC) Maharram Ibrahimov died as a result of a mine explosion in Kalbajar has been buried in Musfigabad settlement, APA reports.
A farewell ceremony has begun for Maharram Ibrahimov, a journalist and AzerTag employee who was killed by a landmine in Kalbajar.
The farewell ceremony with the martyred journalist is being held at his house at 10 Jafar Jabbarli Street, Rasulzadeh, Binagadi district.
After the ceremony, his body will be buried near his parents' grave in the cemetery in the Mushvigabad settlement, Absheron region.
At about 11.00 am on June 4, 2021, a Kamaz passenger car with employees of TV channels and news agencies dispatched to the de-occupied Kalbajar region for the performance of their official duties was hit by an anti-tank mine while driving in the direction of the Susuzlug village. Three people, including Siraj Abishov (cameraman of AzTV), Maharram Ibrahimov (employee of AzerTag news agency), Arif Aliyev (deputy representative of the head of the Executive Power in the Susuzlug village) died, and four others were hospitalized with various injuries.
The Military Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Azerbaijan has launched a criminal case under Article 100.2 (planning, preparation, initiation, or waging wars of aggression), 116.0.6 (violation of international humanitarian law during an armed conflict), and other articles of the Criminal Code.