Ahmad Shahidov holds discussions with Cyprus leading human rights advocate

Head of AIDHR puts forward an idea of implementing joint project on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens

As a part of his working visit to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ahmad Shahidov, Head of the Azerbaijani Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (AIDHR) visited TRNC Human Rights Association in the Nicosia (Lefkoşa). Being received by Hasan Yilmaz, the chairman of the TRNC Human Rights Association, Ahmad Shahidov familiarised himself with the cares of Turks in the Island and discussed details of annexation of Cyprus. Mr. Shahidov also added importance of taking joint steps on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens.

For his part, Chairman of the Human Rights Association elaborated on the activities carried out by his organisation and recent developments in Cyprus. He further shared his viewpoints on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens.

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Ahmad Shahidov holds discussions with Cyprus leading human rights advocate

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Head of AIDHR puts forward an idea of implementing joint project on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens

As a part of his working visit to Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ahmad Shahidov, Head of the Azerbaijani Institute for Democracy and Human Rights (AIDHR) visited TRNC Human Rights Association in the Nicosia (Lefkoşa). Being received by Hasan Yilmaz, the chairman of the TRNC Human Rights Association, Ahmad Shahidov familiarised himself with the cares of Turks in the Island and discussed details of annexation of Cyprus. Mr. Shahidov also added importance of taking joint steps on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens.

For his part, Chairman of the Human Rights Association elaborated on the activities carried out by his organisation and recent developments in Cyprus. He further shared his viewpoints on supporting rights of Northern Cyprus citizens.

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