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Prosecutor General's Office Talks Terror Acts Against Azerbaijan By Armenia In 1988-1994


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BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 6. The crimes committed by the Armenian armed groups can be classified in several directions, the Azerbaijani Prosecutor General's Senior Assistant on Special Assignments, Junior Adviser of Justice Ilgar Safarov said, reports.

Safarov made the remark during a joint briefing of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan on crimes committed by the armed forces of Armenia and illegal Armenian armed groups against Azerbaijan from 1988 to date.

Speaking about the crimes, the official emphasized terror acts that led to mass casualties.

According to him, from 1988-1994, during 38 terror acts aimed at the civilian population of Azerbaijan, as a result of explosions of 10 passenger buses, 11 cars, one convoy, two trucks, six passenger trains, two metro trains, two helicopters, one aircraft and one sea ferry 1,105 people were killed, and more than 1,180 were injured.

'During one of these terror acts, on November 20, 1991, near Garakand village of the Khojavand district, Armenian military units shot down an MI-8 military helicopter belonging to Azerbaijan, as a result of which 22 people were killed,” Safarov reminded.

The victims of this terror act, according to him, included the State Secretary of Azerbaijan Tofig Ismayilov, the Prosecutor General Ismat Gayibov, State Advisor, Minister of Internal Affairs Mahammad Asadov, MPs Vagif Jafarov and Vali Mammadov, Deputy Prime Minister Zulfi Hajiyev, head of the Presidential Administration department and journalist Osman Mirzayev, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan Saylau Serikov, and journalist of the Azerbaijan State Television Ali Mustafayev.

'On March 18, 1994, a Hercules plane belonging to the Iranian Air Force was shot down near the city of Khankandi, as a result of which 34 diplomats and their families were killed,' added the official.

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