The Albanian newspaper "Nacional" published an article entitled "Historical monuments: Maragha - 150" about the arrival of armenians in Nagorno-Karabakh. The article was published by Fuad Huseynzadeh, with the help of the chairman of the Albanian-Azerbaijan Friendship, Scientific, Cultural Society and historian-scientist Entela Mucho.
The article draws attention to the fact that the migration of armenians is mentioned in many written sources, and shows the migration of armenians from Iran and Turkey to Azerbaijan in different years. It was noted that after the Turkmenchay Treaty signed between Russia and Iran on February 10, 1828, the mass resettlement of armenians in Azerbaijani territories began. In 1828-1829 , 40,000-50,000 armenians were deported from Iran and 90,000 from Turkey to Azerbaijan.
It is mentioned in the newspaper that: "... armenians erected a monument" Maraga-150 "on the occasion of their arrival in Karabakh. The Maragha-150 monument was built in 1978 by the armenians themselves on the 150th anniversary of the resettlement of the first 200 families from Maragha to Karabakh. The inscription "Maraga-150" in Armenian language is reflected on the monument made of ordinary river stones, and similar monuments were built in Khankandi city, Chayli village of Tartar region.
It was noted in article that in 2016, during a visit to the Tartar region, the head of the Azerbaijani Office of UN High Commissioner for Refugees Furio de Angelisi visited the monument "Maraga-150" in the village of Shikharkh and took pictures of the monument.
It should be noted that this topic has already attracted the attention of the Albanian state radio, and the radio intends to discuss this topic with the participation of historian-scientist Entela Mucho.