By Sabina Mammadli
Mobile legal services have been organized in Azerbaijan's Shusha
city, Azernews reports via Azerbaijan's Ministry of Justice.
According to the information, the specialists involved in the
process of reconstruction and demining in Shusha, as well as
medical workers, used the services of the ministry related to
notarial acts and state registration of civil status acts via
They were provided with legal consultations, information about
electronic and mobile legal services, and relevant booklets, and
received answers to their questions.
The ministry noted that the provision of mobile legal services
in the liberated territories will continue.
Shusha, which was occupied by Armenian forces on May 8, 1992,
was liberated from Armenia's occupation on November 8, 2020. The
city, which played a critical role in liberating Karabakh, is
located on the road to Khankandi, the region's largest city.
President Ilham Aliyev declared 2022 as the Year of Shusha.
Considering the historic and cultural significance of the second
capital for the Azerbaijani nation, this is a big step in the
promotion of the country.
The declaration of 2022 as the Year of Shusha will provide new
opportunities to demonstrate Azerbaijan's determination in
restoring liberated territories, according to officials.
Following the liberation of Shusha, the Azerbaijani government
prioritized restoration work, including the restoration and
preservation of the city's historical and cultural heritage.
The Shusha General Plan was completed quickly, the bust of the
great poet Molla Panah Vagif and the museum-mausoleum complex were
restored to their original states, the house-museum of vocalist
Bulbul and the statue of composer Uzeyir Hajibayli were opened,
historical, religious, and architectural monuments were resumed,
and music festivals and the organization of the Vagif Poetry Days
outside the magnificent mausoleum were also resumed.
President Aliyev declared the historical Shusha city the
country's cultural capital on May 7, 2021. An immediate inventory
of the damage to the city, its historical and cultural heritage,
and its natural environment was completed, and restoration work
began. The Shusha administration has been granted special
authorities to ensure the efficiency of restoration work with the
special presidential envoy in charge of overseeing the city
reconstruction and rebuilding.
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