We've been setting this exhibition up for nearly two years. I believe that its language – the language of Art – eloquently conveys the great accomplishments our country has made in all spheres of achievement.
Demonstration of the documentary “Endless Corridor” and the book “Khojaly Witness of a War Crime – Armenia in the Dock” took place in the movie theatre “Ideal Cinema” of Athens, February 22.
The commemorative evening arranged by Azerbaijan’s Embassy in Greece and the European Azerbaijani Association (TEAS), in the framework of the international campaign “Justice for Khojaly” under the leadership of Vice-president of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation Leyla Aliyeva, has been dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Khojaly genocide committed on 26 February 1992. As a result of the killings, 613 Khojaly residents were mercilessly killed by Armenians. Among them were 106 women, 63 children, and 70 elderly.
Azerbaijan’s Ambassador to Greece Rahman Mustafayev addressed the auditorium of 120 visitors, including public and political figures of Greece, diplomats, and representatives of mass media.
Lithuanian director of “Endless Corridor” Alexandras Brokas talked about how the film was created.
During the film’s break, presentation of the book “Khojaly Witness of a War Crime – Armenia in the Dock” took place.