BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 14. The
Canadian delegation visited the Jabrayil and Zangilan districts
throughout its go to to Azerbaijan, the State Committee on Work with
Diaspora of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Trend studies.
Chandra Arya, MP, Member of the House of Commons of
Canada, Ron East, publishing director of the celebrated Canadian
Jewish media platform “Thej.ca”, and Nigar Aliyeva, co-founder of
the Azerbaijani weekend college “Karabakh” working in Ottawa,
participated within the assembly.
The destruction seen by the members of the delegation
on the way in which to the Khudaferin Bridge made a deep impression on them.
They mentioned that they perceive nicely how Azerbaijanis really feel, who’ve
been dwelling with eager for their homeland for 30 years.
Members of the delegation took a photograph for reminiscence
towards the background of the Khudaferin Bridge.
The visitors have been supplied with detailed data
in regards to the infrastructure of this residential space, which was
rebuilt based mostly on the ‘smart village’ idea within the village of
Aghali in Zangilan. The visitors who bought familiarized with the
circumstances created within the kindergarten and faculty
In addition, the Canadian visitors sitting behind the
college students’ desks within the school rooms assessed the operation of such a
college within the village of Aghali as a exceptional occasion and wished
the academics who answered all their questions good luck within the new
The assembly ended with a commemorative picture with the
Afterwards, the visitors visited the home of one of many
residents of the village of Aghali. Welcoming the international visitors
with hospitality and stressing that they’re completely happy to return to
their homeland, the hostess requested to convey to the Canadian public
the will of our individuals to stay in peace and concord and the
peaceable efforts of the Azerbaijani state in direction of the normalization
of the area.
The present go to occurred inside the framework of
the mission of the State Committee on Work with Diaspora in
reference to informing the worldwide neighborhood about