Azerbaijanis living in Nuremberg protested against a brutal terror attack to Ganja

The Azerbaijani community living in Nuremberg, Germany, held a rally to protest the aggressive policy of Armenia and the brutal terror attack to Ganja, to support the independent Azerbaijani state.
The rally was attended by our compatriots from different regions of the country and representatives of Turkish diaspora organizations. The protesters accompanied by the police marched along the central streets.
Slogans such as "Karabakh is Azerbaijan", "No to Armenian terror", “Azerbaijan-Turkey", "Martyrs will not die, the Motherland will not be divided" in Azerbaijani, German and English languages were chanted at the rally, waving Azerbaijani and Turkish flags.
Speakers at the rally strongly condemned the shelling of a civilian settlement in Ganja by the occupying Armenian army on October 11, 2020 at around 2 am. It was noted that this terror act, which resulted in the death of 9 people, injuring of 34 people and serious damage to numerous civilian objects, was a gross violation of the humanitarian ceasefire, as well as the 1949 Geneva Conventions. The protesters said that the terror in Ganja will not go unanswered, and the whole of Europe will be informed in detail about the terror and provocations of Armenia.