Monument Erected in Hadrut in Honor of Perished Soldiers

A monument has been erected in the Aknaghbyour village of Artsakh in honor of perished freedom fighters of Artsakh (Photo: President of the Republic of Artsakh)
A monument has been erected in the Aknaghbyour village of Artsakh in honor of perished freedom fighters of Artsakh (Photo: President of the Republic of Artsakh)

A monument has been erected in the Aknaghbyour village of Artsakh in honor of perished freedom fighters of Artsakh (Photo: President of the Republic of Artsakh)

AKNAGHBYOUR, Artsakh—Artsakh Republic President Bako Sahakian on May 12 visited the region of Hadrut and took part in the Aknaghbyour village at a solemn opening ceremony of a monument commemorating perished freedom fighters.

Sahakian highlighted that building such monuments would become unique pilgrimage centers for the coming generations.

Artsakh president Bako Sahakian during the ceremony (Photo: President of the Republic of Artsakh)

Artsakh president Bako Sahakian during the ceremony (Photo: President of the Republic of Artsakh)

During the event, Artsakh servicemen were honored for their bravery in fighting in defense of the state, in connection with the 25th anniversary of Victory Day, the 25th anniversary of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Defense Army and Liberation of Shushi.

Artsakh Premier Arayik Haroutyunyan and other high ranking officials were present at the event.

Video footage of the event−provided by Artsakh TV−can be watched below.

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  1. State of Emergency said:

    We don’t need anymore monuments. What we need are arms and heavy weaponry.

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