Pakistan Pays Tribute to January 20 Tragedy Victims

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan somberly commemorated the victims of the January 20 tragedy as the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Pakistan organized a significant seminar on National Mourning Day. The event took place at the Pakistan National University of Modern Languages, bringing together students, teachers, representatives from think tanks, and embassy staff.
The seminar, titled “January 20 – The Heroic Chronicle of Azerbaijani History,” was attended by various dignitaries, reflecting on the tragic events that occurred 34 years ago. Azerbaijani Ambassador to Pakistan, Khazar Farhadov, expressed deep respect for the memory of those who sacrificed their lives for Azerbaijan’s independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity.
Ambassador Farhadov highlighted the political and legal assessment of the January 20 tragedy, initiated by the national leader of the Azerbaijani people, Heydar Aliyev. He emphasized that under the wise leadership of Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, the Azerbaijani army played a pivotal role in restoring the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
During the seminar, Professor Jamil Asghar Jami, Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the National University of Modern Languages, and Mohammad Shakeel Ahmed, Executive Director of Pakistan’s Global Strategic Institute for Sustainable Development (GSISD), delivered impactful speeches. They underscored that the events of January symbolize independence, the relentless struggle for freedom, and the indomitable will of the Azerbaijani people.

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