"The terrorist acts and tragedy committed by Armenia in Ganja, Barda and other cities and villages as a result of missile strikes have not yet been given a legal assessment," said Vusal Guliyev, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Agency for State Support to Non-Governmental Organizations, Executive Officer of the Presidential Administration, APA reports.
V. Guliyev said that civil society institutions should be active in this direction: 'The purpose of the visit of NGO representatives to Ganja today is to appeal to foreign NGOs and international organizations with which they are connected to witness this terrorist act and tragedy. Today, about 100 NGO representatives are taking part in the visit. Most of them are human rights, women's and children's rights NGOs. Applications will be accepted on behalf of these NGOs. In the appeal, Azerbaijani NGOs will draw the attention of the international community to the crimes committed against humanity by the political and military leadership of Armenia a year ago and state that Armenia has grossly violated international humanitarian law, especially the 1949 Geneva Convention. NGOs operating in Azerbaijan will appeal to human rights organizations, NGOs, media representatives, parliamentarians and governments around the world to protest against the war crimes committed by Armenia against the civilian population of Azerbaijan and to strongly condemn these crimes."