Igor Korotchenko: It seems as if an atomic bomb exploded in Aghdam, Fizuli

Igor Korotchenko: It seems as if an atomic bomb exploded in Aghdam, Fizuli
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"A person gets the impression that an atomic bomb exploded in Aghdam, Fuzuli," said the editor-in-chief of the Russian magazine National Defense, a well-known military expert Igor Korotchenko, sharing with journalists his impressions of his visit to the liberated territories of Azerbaijan from occupation, APA reports.

"The transfer of the occupied lands to Azerbaijan, the end of the 30-year horror of the occupation, is undoubtedly a joyful event. In this regard, I have pleasant impressions. On the other hand, when I saw that the cities and villages liberated by Azerbaijan were completely destroyed and destroyed by the Armenians, I was horrified. I was in Fizuli and Aghdam. These cities have been completely razed to the ground. The person gets the impression that an atomic bomb exploded there. Buildings are destroyed, the walls of houses are so destroyed that they are leveled to the ground. In a word, there is no stone left over. Therefore, I believe that a lot of work must be done to restore cities, towns and villages. Of course, this requires many years and large financial costs. In this sense, the Armenians left behind the land, burned and destroyed, as if bombed with atomic weapons. However, the Armenians did not have an atomic bomb. Their atomic bomb is hatred for Azerbaijan. The result of this is that there is now a dead scene in these territories. Hundreds of square kilometers of mined areas, it is impossible to meet neither animals, nor birds, nor living plants," said Korotchenko.

Farid Akbarov

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