The first Albanian 24-hour news television channel News24
prepared a report from Karabakh [Azerbaijan's liberated territories
from Armenian occupation in 44-day Second Karabakh War in 2020],
Trend reports citing News24.
News24 noted that the film crew of the TV channel visited
Azerbaijani liberated lands.
The report provides a brief background to the conflict, and also
describes the situation in liberated lands at the moment, with an
emphasis on restoration work being carried out by Azerbaijan in
According to a News24 reporter, the problem of mines planted on
these lands by Armenian militaries during the occupation, and which
are neutralized by the Azerbaijan Mine Action Agency (ANAMA),
remains topical after the end of the conflict.
The report also provides facts about the destruction of
Azerbaijani cemeteries as a result of Armenian occupation.
In addition, the News24 reporter talks about modern projects
being implemented on liberated lands - the construction of Fuzuli
International Airport in record time, plans to build two more
airports, and also the 'Smart Village' project in Azerbaijan's
Separately, the report tells about the work carried out in
Shusha city - the cultural capital of Azerbaijan. The reporter
talks about the history of Shusha and events held within the
framework of the 'Year of Shusha'.
'The infrastructure in Shusha was completely destroyed during
the period of occupation, including apartment buildings, places of
worship, historical and cultural sites,' the report said.
According to a News24 reporter, large-scale restoration work is
underway in Shusha after the liberation from a 28-year
'The goal of Azerbaijani government is to completely clear
liberated territories from mines and restore these lands,' the
Normalization of relations with Armenia is also among the goals
of the government, the report added.