Peaceful protests of Azerbaijani eco-activists on Lachin–Khankendi road enter 77th day
The peaceful protests of Azerbaijani ecologists and young volunteers on the Lachin-Khankendi road over the illegal exploitation of mineral deposits, especially the Gizilbulag and Damirli ones located in the Azerbaijani territories, where the Russian peacekeeping contingent is temporarily deployed, have been going on for the 77th day back-to-back, News.Az reports.
They performed the national anthem of Azerbaijan early in the morning.
The protesters continue to chant various slogans in English and Russian calling for an end to ecocide against Azerbaijan, as well as demanding monitoring of Azerbaijan’s mineral deposits in the areas where the Russian peacekeeping contingent has been temporarily deployed.
The unimpeded passage of various types of vehicles, including ambulances and humanitarian convoys, is ensured and the road is open for humanitarian purposes. Yesterday saw the free passage of 88 vehicles that belong to the Russian peacekeepers and the International Committee of the Red Cross in both directions on the Lachin-Khankendi road.