A photo exhibition featuring the Khojaly genocide was organized in Denizli, Turkey

The exhibition, organized at Pamukkale University, lasted for 10 days and hosted thousands of visitors

A photo exhibition featuring the horrors of the Khojaly genocide was organized on 17-28 February in Denizli, Turkey, jointly by Pamukkale University and Denizli Turkish Centers. At the exhibition held at Pamukkale University, about 80 photographs, reflecting Armenian atrocities on February 26, 1992 and later, were displayed. Thousands of local residents and guests have visited the exhibition for 10 days.

Ahmad Shahidov, head of the Azerbaijan Institute for Democracy and Human Rights, and Farid Shahbazli, chairman of Reformist Youth Public Union, who are on a working visit in Turkey, took part in the official opening of the exhibition. Leaders of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality, Pamukkale University and the Turkish Centers, including the residents of Denizli and students visited the exhibition, where the horrors of the Khojaly genocide were presented in photos.

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A photo exhibition featuring the Khojaly genocide was organized in Denizli, Turkey

February 27th, 2018

The exhibition, organized at Pamukkale University, lasted for 10 days and hosted thousands of visitors

A photo exhibition featuring the horrors of the Khojaly genocide was organized on 17-28 February in Denizli, Turkey, jointly by Pamukkale University and Denizli Turkish Centers. At the exhibition held at Pamukkale University, about 80 photographs, reflecting Armenian atrocities on February 26, 1992 and later, were displayed. Thousands of local residents and guests have visited the exhibition for 10 days.

Ahmad Shahidov, head of the Azerbaijan Institute for Democracy and Human Rights, and Farid Shahbazli, chairman of Reformist Youth Public Union, who are on a working visit in Turkey, took part in the official opening of the exhibition. Leaders of Denizli Metropolitan Municipality, Pamukkale University and the Turkish Centers, including the residents of Denizli and students visited the exhibition, where the horrors of the Khojaly genocide were presented in photos.

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