World community still indifferent towards ecological terror in Armenian-occupied territory Ecology Ministry
The world community till remains indifferent towards the terror in the Azerbaijani territory under the Armenian occupation, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources told Trend.
At present red oak trees are cut in the Armenian-occupied territory of Lachin and Gubadly districts for sale to foreign countries with respect to use further in the production of cognac, nut trees for manufacturing of furniture. Moreover, wild animal are hunted in these regions.
As the territory is out of control of the international organizations and the Azerbaijani government, the ecological convention is grossly violated and the world community still has not estimated the true essence of the situation, the Ministry underlined.
One of the biggest state nature reserves Gubadly State Reserve, which was placed in the territory of Gubadly District, has turned out under the Armenian occupation from 1993. The total area of the reserve which covers Basarat, Deshtakhat, Muradkhanly, Yukhari Amudurkh of Gubadly District, Yukhari Farajan, Ashagi Farajan, Suarasi Gishlak and Khanlar villages of Lachin District and Khojabird, Arpa Gadik and Tag villages of Nagorno-Karabakh region, is 22,000h. The reserve is in the territory of Boyuk Kirs, Bala Kirs and Maral mountains in the height of 1500-1600m over the sea level.