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Armenians destroyed hundreds of historical, architectural monuments in Azerbaijan’s Shusha

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Professor of the Moscow branch of the International Academy of Architects, member of the Board of Azerbaijan’s Union of Architects, Faig Ismayilov, ​​is participating in monitoring work being carried out in connection with historical monuments in Azerbaijan’s post-war Shusha city, Trend reports.

According to Ismayilov, in the course of the monitoring process it has been found out that the Armenians destroyed and demolished the State Musical Drama Theater in Shusha city, the Museums of the History of Karabakh and of Shusha city, which at the expense of various funds were housed in historical buildings, the House-Museums of Uzeyir Hajibeyov, Bulbul, Mir Mohsun Navvab, a branch of the State Museum of Azerbaijani Carpet, the State art gallery, buildings of 4 technical schools, 2 institute branches, music schools, 2 sanatoriums, libraries, house-museums of famous people of art, a camp site for 70 places, a boarding school for 1200 places, etc.

The Armenians have caused serious damage to 30 historical and cultural monuments on the territory of the reserve with an area of ​​350 hectares, destroyed 550 old buildings, greatly spoiling the landscape of the city, he added.

“A list of 525 historical and architectural monuments in Shusha and adjacent territories was compiled to implement the concept of armenization. For this, over the past two years, students of the Architectural and Construction University of Armenia have copied diagrams from 220 buildings of the city, took measurements of the walls, in order to "restore" them later. Then this concept and projects were considered and approved by the Ministry of Science and Education of Armenia, and then by the Cabinet of Ministers, and the government annually allocated 30 million drams for these projects from the state budget to turn the city of Shusha into the Religious and cultural center of the Armenians of the world,” Ismayilov added.

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Netflix produces film in Azerbaijan

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Netflix Asia has released a trailer of "Layla Majnun" film.

"Layla Majnun" is the first Netflix project filmed in Azerbaijan. The film is inspired by the legendary poem of Azerbaijan's great poet and thinker Nizami Ganjavi. The Indonesian film will be premiere on February 11.

While in Azerbaijan, Layla, an Indonesian scholar, falls for Samir, an admirer of her work, but her arranged marriage stands in the way.

"Layla Majnun" was filmed by Monty Tiwa. The cast includes Acha Septriasa and Reza Rahadian.

Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 195 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without adverts or commitments.

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National wrestler wins Grand Prix in France

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Azerbaijani wrestler has won Henri Deglane Grand Prix. Islam Abbasov (87 kg) defeated his opponents from Georgia, Turkey, Netherlands and USA.

National Greco-Roman wrestling team took the second place at the competition.

In addition to the gold medal, the national team grabbed three silver medals, one of which was won by the team's debutant, Russian legionnaire Murad Lokyayev (97 kg).

The second silver medal came from Rafig Huseynov (82 kg). Another silver medal was won by Murad Mammadov (60 kg), while Sabah Shariati (130 kg) brought the team the fourth silver medal.

Murad Bazarov (60 kg), Islambek Dadov (67 kg), Sanan Suleymanov (77 kg) won bronze medals.

The national wrestling team won a total of eight awards and took second place in the medal standings.

Wrestling remains the most popular sport in the county and is overseen by the National Wrestling Federation, which was established in 1993.

The Rio Games opened a new page in wrestling for Azerbaijan. The country became one of only two nations ever to increase the number of medals achieved in five consecutive Games.

In 2020, Azerbaijani freestyle wrestlers finished third in the overall medal table of the Individual World Cup in Serbia.

National wrestlers won two medals, including silver and bronze. Russia topped the medal table followed by Turkey.

The national team also won five medals at Grand Prix Moscow held in Russia.

National wrestlers Shamil Zubairov (97 kg) left no chances to all his rivals, Islam Bazarganov (57 kg) and Davud Ibrahimov (65 kg) won silver medals. Gitinomahammad Hajiyev (74 kg) and Osman Nurmahammadov (86 kg) finished third in the Grand Prix. Thus, the national team won 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medals in the tournament.

Moreover, Azerbaijan Wrestling Federation (AWF) held a webinar for international and national judges.

The virtual meeting covered decisions to be made in freestyle wrestling, attack and counter-attack in Greco-Roman wrestling and other disciplines.

The judges also discussed some wrestling techniques and tricks used at last tournaments.

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Azerbaijan discloses main principles of vaccination against COVID-19

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The main principles of vaccination against COVID-19 have been announced in Azerbaijan, Teymur Musayev, head of the department of the Azerbaijani Ministry of Health said, Trend reports on Jan. 17.

“Among them are the principles of voluntariness, safety, transparency, phasing, justice, responsibility, cooperation,” head of the department added.

“At the initial stage, medical workers, people older 65, representatives of law enforcement agencies involved in anti-epidemic activity will be vaccinated,” Musayev said.

"Those who are at high risk from a medical point of view; people with chronic diseases of the respiratory system; those undergoing hemodialysis procedure; those having diabetes, obesity; people with at least one chronic disease aged 50 and older; people working in the education sector and social sphere; people permanently living in social institutions; employees having direct contact with the population working in ASAN and DOST service centers, the public transport sector, the banking sector, the telecommunications sector, as well as people working in high-risk conditions (ensuring national and regional security, etc.) will be also vaccinated," Musayev said.

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