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In order to realize its unlawful and groundless territorial claims, at the end of 1991 and the beginning of 1992, Armenia unleashed full-scale war against Azerbaijan. As a result, a significant part of the territory of Azerbaijan was occupied by Armenia.  The war claimed the lives of tens of thousands of people and ruined cities, towns and villages. All occupied areas were ethnically cleansed of more than 700,000 Azerbaijanis. Likewise, about 250,000 Azerbaijanis, out of a population of once half a million who had remained in Armenia, were also brutally expelled from their ancestral lands at the end of 1980s.

 

Below is the territories of Azerbaijan subjected to occupation of Armenia

 

Territories of Azerbaijan subjected to military occupation of Armenia

 

Name

Date of occupation

Karki (Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

of the Republic of Azerbaijan)

15.01.1990

 

Baganis Ayrym (Gazakh district)

24.03.1990

Khankandi

28.12.1991

Khojaly

26.02.1992

Kheyrymly (Gazakh district)

08.03.1992

Ashaghy Askipara (Gazakh district)

12.03.1992

Barkhudarly (Gazakh district)

27.04.1992

Sofulu (Gazakh district)

27.04.1992

Shusha

08.05.1992

Gyzylhajyly (Gazakh district)

11.05.1992

Lachin

18.05.1992

Yukhary Askipara (Gazakh district)

08.06.1992

Aghdara[1]

07.07.1993

Khojavand

02.10.1992

Kalbajar

02.04.1993

Aghdam

23.07.1993

Fuzuli

23.08.1993

Jabrayil

23.08.1993

Gubadly

31.08.1993

Zangilan

29.10.1993

 

 

[1] Aghdara district was abolished on October 13, 1992, and its territory included into the administrative boundaries of Aghdam, Kalbajar and Tartar districts.  

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