Right-wing Hungarian daily Magyar Nemzet published an article about Azerbaijan. Political columnist Gábor László Zord published an article entitled "Azerbaijan is threatened by conflicts", dedicated to the analysis of the political situation in the country. The author notes the rapid development of Azerbaijan thanks to successful policy of President Ilham Aliyev. However, according to the author, not everybody is happy with the rapid development of Azerbaijan. In this regard, the author first mentions the occupier - Armenia:
"There is no such city or village, where Azerbaijani refugees who were forced to leave their homes, occupied by Armenians, don't live, and almost no such family in which someone wasn't killed or wounded as a result of this frozen conflict. And although people were moved from the first, hastily constructed refugee camps into modern homes, funeral anniversaries, following one another each year, once again reopen unhealed old wounds. In February 2012 Azerbaijan commemorated the twentieth anniversary of the loss of Khojaly, and in May the city of Shusha, Armenian occupation of which was accompanied by massacres of civilians." The article also analyzes the current state of the Iranian-Azerbaijani relations.
According to the author, although the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is considered frozen, currently hot and strenuous process takes place around it. Azerbaijan faces injustice, inaction of the Minsk Group and indifference of the international community, and if this country takes more effective measures for the liberation of its land, it shouldn't be surprising for anyone.
The Hungarian Post Office at the initiative of the Azerbaijani Embassy in Budapest has issued a commemorative stamp to mark the 20th anniversary of the Armenian occupation of Azerbaijan's ancient cultural centre in the city of Shusha, told Trend at the embassy.
The stamp depicts the state symbols of Azerbaijan, the flag and coat of arms and the minaret of the dilapidated Govhar-aga mosque and walls of Shusha.
The inscription on the stamp, 'the 20th anniversary of Shusha's occupation by Armenia' made in Azerbaijan, Hungarian and English. In the booklet, in which the stamp is embedded, there is a potted history about the Azerbaijani town of Shusha in three languages and an image of the city devastated by Armenian vandals.
The commemorative stamp is directed to parliaments, political and public figures and media in Hungary and other European countries.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 12:28