‘Azerbaijan Remembers January 20 - the Day of Nationwide Sorrow and Pride’ in Foreign media
Crowd-pleasing global news portals, such as Nile1.com and Asiaelyoum (Egypt); Dzayerinfo (Algeria); Iraqnews (Iraq); Alharir (China); Banassa (Morocco); Azculture.uz (Uzbekistan); Turaz.es (Spain) have posted “Azerbaijan Remembers January 20 - the Day of Nationwide Sorrow and Pride” in various languages.
The information based on Azerbaijan’s recent tragic history mirrors massacres and inhuman atrocities committed by Soviet troops against civilians in the capital city and other regions across the country on the night of Jan. 19 - 20, 1990.
“Azerbaijan Remembers January 20 - the Day of Nationwide Sorrow and Pride” in Foreign Media
Crowd-pleasing global news portals, such as “Mustaqila.com”, “Afkarhura.com” (Iraq), “Alharir.info” (Algeria), “Anahaberyorum.com”, “Dibace.net”, “Gercektarih.com.tr” (Turkey), “News24hours.ro” (Romania)
Azerbaijan Remembers January 20 - the Day of Nationwide Sorrow and Pride
32 years have passed since the tragedy of January 20, also called Black January, remaining forever engraved in the memory of all Azerbaijanis as a disaster that became a symbol of national unity.
Deadline for Submission of Literary Works to the “BAY LEAF” Contest Prolonged
The deadline for submission of translated works has been prolonged until July 31, 2022, considering the numerous applications of those willing to participate in the “BAY LEAF” (“Dəf(i)nə yarpağı”) Literary Contest.