An exhibition-action was held in the famous Wenceslas Square of Prague regarding the mine terrorism carried out by Armenia against Azerbaijan, APA reports.
During the action organized by Farid Amiraliyev, a member of the Elson Grand organization, and an activist of the Azerbaijani diaspora, posters written "Garabagh is Azerbaijan!", "44 days... Heroes sacrificed their lives to keep Azerbaijan alive", placards with the slogans of "Armenia, don't mine our lands!", "Armenian mines = war crimes", "Armenian terrorism continues with mines", "Stop Armenian terrorism!", "Don't bury mines, plant trees!" were displayed.
Residents of the city were informed about the mine terror carried out by Armenia against Azerbaijan, that the official Yerevan has not handed over accurate mine maps to Azerbaijan contrary to international humanitarian conventions, and that the threat of mines is an obstacle to carrying out restoration and reconstruction works in Garabagh, the return of internally displaced persons to their native lands, that the civilians and soldiers of Azerbaijan have been exposed to mines due to the military provocations of Armenia, and the one-day anti-terrorist measures of Azerbaijan in order to eliminate this danger and to persuade the separatists to peace.