A documentary about the Khojaly genocide was presented in Kiev
On the eve of the 29th anniversary of Khojaly, a documentary film about the Khojaly genocide "Endless Corridor" was presented at the “Jovten” cinema in Kiev at the initiative and organization of the Rada of Ukraine Azerbaijanis (UAR).
Director and producer of the film Alexander Brokas, Azerbaijani Ambassador to Ukraine Elmira Akhundova, deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Lyudmila Marchenko, Vladimir Kreydenko, Maryan Zablotsky, Alyona Shkrum, Deputy Chairman of the State Space Agency of Ukraine Mikhail Lev, Chairman of the Religious Administration of Muslims of Ukraine Sheikh Said Ismayilov, Permanent Representative of the President of Ukraine to the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Anton Korinevich, Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board of “Ukrpocht” JSC Farid Safarov, RUA co-chairs Oleg Krapivin, Hikmat Javadov, RUA Secretary General Jalal Huseynov and others attended the event.
The presentation of the film, which was attended by about 100 spectators, began with a minute of silence in memory of the Khojaly victims. RUA Secretary General Jalal Huseynov and film director Alexander Brokas spoke at the event. The speakers said that the Armenian armed forces, which occupied the city of Khojaly in the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan 29 years ago, committed a terrible inhuman genocide against ethnic Azerbaijanis. The speakers said that the Armenian armed forces, which occupied the city of Khojaly in the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan 29 years ago, committed a terrible inhuman genocide against ethnic Azerbaijanis. The film "Endless Corridor" also tells about the attack of the Armenian armed forces together with the soldiers of the 366th motorized regiment on the night of February 25-26, 1992, and the massacre of civilians. The film consists of plots and interviews of Lithuanian journalist Richard Lapaitis with witnesses of the Khojaly tragedy.