The Heydar Aliyev Foundation considers its duty to continue Heydar Aliyevs policy on breakthrough of the blockade and inform the international community about Nagorno-Karabakh, the reasons and the results of the Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict, MP Mehriban Aliyeva, president of the Foundation, as well as the UNESCO Good Will Ambassador, said at the presentation ceremony of the book Truth about Nagorno-Karabakh on Tuesday, prepared and issued by the Foundation, Trend reports.
According to Aliyeva, the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, trying to keep all social problems in the focus of its attention, considered its duty to inform the world community about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the gravest problem of Azerbaijan. She voiced confidence that the book would play a significant role in informing the world community of the truth about Azerbaijan, which suffers from the conflict during 17 years.
Aliyeva said that the book included 5 brochures such as Short information about the history of Nagorno-Karabakh, The beginning of Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, The Khojaly genocide, Activities of the Armenian terrorist organizations against Azerbaijan, Results of the Armenian aggression against Azerbaijan.
The book, addressed to the international community, is supposed to be disseminated in English, German, French, Arabic and Russian, Aliyeva underlined.
In his turn, Araz Azimov, deputy Foreign Minister of Azerbaijan, also mentioned the invaluable significance of the book for liquidation of the information blockade around the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. According to Azimov, the work may contribute to the true informing of the world community about the essence and the results of the conflict that will affect the constructiveness of the Armenian leaderships position.
In their remarks, Mahmud Karimov, President of the National Academy of Sciences (ANAS), and Rovshan Mustafayev, Director of the Human Rights Institute of ANAS, also mentioned the importance of the book in disclosing the true face of the Armenians and informing the world community about the truth.
A short film about Nagorno-Karabakh was demonstrated at the presentation ceremony with the participation of officials, representatives of international organizations and embassies.