As part of the International Youth Forum, the name of “European Youth for Peace” dedicated to Victory Day, more than 30 leaders of influential youth organizations representing 21 European countries, young leaders and active young experts another visit was to Ganja.
The purpose of the visit was to show the European representatives the war crimes committed by the Armenian armed forces against the civilian population during the war in Ganja.
During the visit, representatives, condemned the crime committed against the civilian population. They said, they would work to bring this war crime to the world at the international level, and expressed their views on its activities in this area. The guests laid flowers in memory of the victims.
The visit to Ganja continued with a panel discussion entitled “Terrorist rights against the civilian population. Young people should not remain silent” in accordance with the program of the Forum. The panel discussion was attended by deputies, representatives of non-governmental organizations, as well as foreign guests.
The European guests noted that these actions against the civilian population were a war crime, and called on the world not to be silent to Armenia’s actions.
The forum resulted in the accepted of a Declaration supporting Azerbaijan’s calls for peace, cooperation, good neighborliness and security in the South Caucasus and the region.
It is also planned to set up a cooperation platform, which called “European Youth Sustainable Peace Network” with the participation of European youth organizations in Baku.
The International Forum is held with the support of the Youth Foundation of the Republic of Azerbaijan, organized by the “Azerbaijan Democratic Student Youth Organization” Public Union and in partnership with the National Council of Youth Organizations of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
The forum is expected to continue.