CD titled “A quarter of century has passed since Yanvar 20” was released

On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the bloody January 20 events, the “1905.az” studio has inauguarated a programme named “A quarter of the century has passed since January 20 …”

According to the information provided by PhD in political sciences Fuad Babayev, the director of the 1905.az web portal, the programme is based on the regular round table discussions oragnized by the site which operates in 12 languages.

On the eve of the 25th anniversary of the bloody January 20 events, the “1905.az” studio has inauguarated a programme named “A quarter of the century has passed since January 20 …”

According to the information provided by PhD in political sciences Fuad Babayev, the director of the 1905.az web portal, the programme is based on the regular round table discussions oragnized by the site which operates in 12 languages.

During the discussions attended by Rafiq Samandar the author of the book titled “Shaihdlar (Martyrs)”, a journalist Araz Ulvi one of the relatives of the martyr Ulvi Bunyatzada, Farid Khayrulin a photojournlaist who had immediately recorded the  January 20  events, a painter Nadir Bayrisov who is the author of some works dedicated to the  January 20 events, doctor of political sciences, professor Ramiz Sevdimaliyev the role of the 20 January events in the history of the Azerbaijani people were reviewed. The participants shared their memories on the tragic event. The programme titled “A quarter of century has passed since January 20…” was released in CD format which is also available at the 1905.az web portal.

1905. az web portal which was established on March 2014 is a part of the project initiated by the Association for Civil Society Development in Azerbaijan related to the 110th anniversary of the genocide committed by Armenians against Azerbaijanis.

 

 

 

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