Anar Iskandarov: “Armenians created their  image of a miserable nation, but the world defended them”


Our interlocutor is Anar Iskandarov, chief of the chair study, historiography, historiology and methodology at Baku State University, Doctor of History, professor. – Mr. Iskandarov, it is known that the Democratic Republic of Azerbaijan created an Emergency Investigation Commission for the investigation of the events of March-April 1918, while the government resided in Ganja. How do you appreciate the activity of the commission?

Nazim Mustafa: “Both during the genocide in 1918 and I Garabakh War Armenians attacked from the same directions.”

Nazim Mustafa

Nazim Mustafa, a PhD in History and the chief of Department of the President Library, a resaerch fellow at the Institute of History of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. As one of the authors of the series publications on Garabagh, Nakhchivan and Irevan khanates, he was awarded to the Azerbaijan State Award. He is one of the main researchers of the 1905-1906 genocide-realted issues.