One year has passed since the Armenian armed forces shelled Ganja, the second largest city in Azerbaijan, during the 44-day war.
APA's local bureau reports that a march was organized in Ganja on the anniversary of the terrorist attack jointly organized by the Youth Foundation of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Union of Student Youth Organizations of Azerbaijan.
The purpose of the march is to commemorate the victims of Armenian vandalism during the Patriotic War and the ceasefire, to inform the world community about the Armenian terror targeting civilians far from the war zone, and to demonstrate that terrorist acts will never be forgotten by young people.
A total of 1,000 young people, including representatives of the country's leading youth organizations, volunteers and students, marched from the center of Ganja to the scene of the terrorist attack.
The marchers lit candles in memory of the victims of terrorism and martyrs of the Patriotic War.
At the end of the march, a statement was made by representatives of youth organizations.