Analysis

Over 90,000 foreign Armenians replaced deported Azerbaijanis

After the World War II, especially during the “cold war” era, Moscow paid a special attention to immigration of representatives of various ethnicities into the country, using this for the propaganda of the alleged superiority of the socialist system.

Retrospective. Tragedies of 1948-1953 and 1988-1991 years

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During World War II the Armenian Dashnak leaders including Mikoyan “had sided with both powers for the sake of the “Great Armenia” idea. On the one hand, they believed in Hitler’s victory in the Transcaucasus and offered him the establishment of 2 states – the Armenian and Georgian states here.

In the years of 1988-1992 250 thousand of azerbaijani people were banished from Armenia

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250 thousand Azerbaijanis who lived in the territory of Armenia through the time of history, were all deported to their native lands and took shelter in Azerbaijan as the result of the last ethnical cleansing, carried out by Armenians in 1988-1992s. At the same time 50 thousand Meskheti Turks, exiled from the Central Asia in 1990s, took shelter in Azerbaijan.

Order that deported 100,000 Azerbaijanis from Armenia

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A copy of the December 23, 1947 order of the USSR leader Joseph Stalin confirming the deportation of Azerbaijanis from their ancestral lands is circulated on social networks. Axar.az news agency reports that Stalin ordered the deportation of 100,000 Azerbaijanis from Armenia to Azerbaijan in 1948-1950s and settling Armenians from abroad in their vacant houses.

Over 450 houses of Azerbaijani IDPs damaged in Armenian shelling

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More than 450 houses owned by Azerbaijani internally displaced persons were damaged as a result of the shelling by Armenian armed forces in April, Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister, Chairman of State Committee on Refugees and IDPs Ali Hasanov said on Tuesday.