“Saving cultural heritage. Armenian falsifications” conference kicks off in Baku

A conference titled “Saving cultural heritage. Armenian falsifications” started in Baku.

Organized by the Azerbaijan Copyright Agency, the conference brings together government representatives, MPs, scholars and journalists.

Addressing the event, chairman of the Copyright Agency Kamran Imanov said the conference marked the World Book and Copyright Day.

The event featured several reports, including on “The Maiden Tower and Armenian forgery claim” and “The first Gregorian church, the real history of Etchmiadzin Cathedral”.

Source: AzerTAc 


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