THE MINISTER OF INTERIOR MR. SÜLEYMAN SOYLU VISITED AZERBAIJANI AND TURKISH MARTYRDOMS IN BAKU
The Minister of Interior Mr. Süleyman Soylu said that “the great struggle for the independence of the Azerbaijani people have strengthened brotherhood of this great nation and this brotherhood has been strengthened in the last 100 years”.
The Minister of Interior Mr. Soylu, visited with Minister of Interior Mr. Ramil Usubov Azerbaijani and Turkish Martyrdoms in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The Minister of Soylu came to “Martyrs’ Lane” where situated January 20 Martyrdoms in the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku with counterpart Mr. Usubov.
Here, the Minister left rose to martyrs’ cemetery he visited to Mr. Haydar Aliyev and left a wreath on “Eternal Flame Memorial”.
Here, Mr. Soylu who read the writing as stated these:
"Our precious martyrs, the great struggle for the independence of the people of Azerbaijan has strengthened the brotherhood of this great nation and this brotherhood has been strengthened in the last 100 years. The most basic duty of us is to ensure resonate the Turkish name forever and struggle for this. In many countries of the world today, there is the Turkish Martyrdom just like here.
The existence of you and our other martyrs is the proof of the existence of a nation who wants to bring mercy, justice and goodness to the world. You will be our sons who will come after you, and will say Fatiha (pray). Just as we are with them, they will be inspired by you and aspire your intercession. May God bless you! Every member of the Turkish nation, for the sake of the friendly and brotherly Azerbaijan that you became martyr in your homeland and our beautiful Republic would be triumph forever. I bow respectfully to your precious souvenir.
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- 28 Aralık 2018 CumaYazdır
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