“Azerbaijani genocide”: should it be taken seriously?

Azerbaijan’s uncontrolled desire to appropriate everything that belongs to its neighbors, especially Armenians, sometimes goes beyond logic and common sense. So, back in 1998, the father of all Azerbaijan, Heydar Aliyev, apparently due to some unhealthy envy, established the “Azerbaijani Genocide Day”. Why exactly in this wording: not a “Day of MEMORY OF THE VICTIMS”, but a day of genocide. Not a memorable date, but a call.

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