The Azerbaijani Diaspora held a rally in front of the Capitol in Raleigh, North Carolina, dedicated to September 27 - Remembrance Day, APA reports.
Members of the Azerbaijani community living in North Carolina took part in the commemoration ceremony organized by the Azerbaijan Friendship Organization. The commemoration ceremony began with a minute of silence in memory of the martyrs who died to ensure the territorial integrity of Azerbaijan.
The state flags of Azerbaijan, Turkey and the United States were waved at the event, "Martyrs will not die!", "Martyrs will never be forgotten!", "Day of Remembrance!" "," Karabakh is Azerbaijan! ", "Armenia's minefield in Karabakh put an end to the lives of Azerbaijani journalists "," We want peace! " and other slogans were brought to the attention of the local community.
Photos of Azerbaijani soldiers and officers killed, as well as civilians and children who lost their lives as a result of the insidious attack of Armenian Smerch missiles and heavy artillery on Ganja, Barda, Tartar and other cities of Azerbaijan were displayed in the memorial corner. Flowers were laid and candles were lit in front of the corner.