"I had seen many wars before the Khojaly tragedy and witnessed many more after that. However, what I saw in the Khojaly tragedy cannot be compared to others," said Reza Degati, a well-known photographer of Azerbaijani origin, at the event dedicated to the anniversary of the Khojaly Genocide, APA reports.
Degati shared memories of the photos taken by him and the difficulties he faced with young people:
"When I heard about the Khojaly tragedy, I immediately left for Agdham. People were miserable and tense. I tried to talk to them. There was no opportunity to take photos freely in 1992. But I took pictures and shot their pain as people told their stories."