An action initiated by the Norwegian Azerbaijani cultural bridge builder organization (CAN) and the Azerbaijani communities in Norway, the organization told to Media.
“Along with Azerbaijanis, representatives of Turkey, Pakistan, Israel, Somalia, Ukraine, Chechnya, Iraq etc communities also participated in the event,” said the organization.
The head of “CAN” and fashion designer Shervin Najafpour brought the realities of Karabakh to the attention of the local community in Norway.
During her appeal she condemned the Armenian informed the participants of the recent attacks.
As a cultural bridge builder with wide experience from many fields, she mentioned that it is crucial that the Norwegian media shall be more neutral and portray a fair image of the Karabakh conflict to the Norwegian citizens.
The media appears unfair and is portraying the Karabakh conflict unbalanced by claiming that Syrian fighters are fighting on Azerbaijan’s sids.
During the appeal slogans such as “Hear our voices Norwegian Media”, “Stop spreading fake news”, “Where is the Norwegian media” were shouted. Slogans such as “We want to go back home to Karabakh” and “Karabakh is Azerbaijan” was were also shouted.
Najafpour also underlined the fact that Azerbaijan has more than 1 million of internal displaced people and that the UN resolutions are not respected and violated.
The Ambassador of Turkey to Norway Fazil Chorman and Charge d’affaires of the embassy also honoured the rally by showing their solidarity with the Norwegian Azerbaijani Turkish community.
During the peaceful demonstration, the head of the Turkish federation in Norway Hatice Luk and Turksih writer Sercan Leylek condemned Armenia, and said that the Turkish communities around the world are supporting their Azerbaijani brothers and sisters.
The UN youth delegate of Pakistani descent Neha Ikram focused on the UN resolutions.
A 15-year-old young activist of Pakistani descent Arina Sheikh spoke about the children’s rights and that the war is depriving children of a happy future, calling the international community not to remain silent.
Young lawyer of Azerbaijani descent Vafa Bakkalar spoke about the Armenian troops, as well as using phosphorus weapons to burn Shusha forests.
Azerbaijanis at the event displayed posters and placards with slogans such as “Karabakh is Azerbaijan!”, “Stop Armenian terror!”, “Respect the UN resolutions!”, “We want to go back home to Karabakh!”, “Norwegian government hear our voices!”, “Armenia, out of Karabakh now!” and waved the flags of Azerbaijan and friendly countries on the square.