109th anniversary of the Çanakkale Victory celebrated in Azerbaijan's National Defense University -VIDEO

109th anniversary of the Çanakkale Victory celebrated in Azerbaijan
# 18 March 2024 18:50 (UTC +04:00)

Events dedicated to the 109th anniversary of the Çanakkale Victory were held in special educational institutions subordinated to the National Defense University of Azerbaijan, APA reports citing the Ministry of Defence.

The events were attended by representatives of the Defense Ministry and the National Defense University, servicemen, cadets, professors and teachers of special education institutions, as well as other guests took part in the events.

First, the bright memories of Great Leaders Heydar Aliyev and Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Shehids of Çanakkale Battle, and Shehids, who sacrificed their lives for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan and Türkiye, was honored with observing a minute of silence. The National Anthems of of both countries accompanied by the military orchestra was performed.

At the events, it was talked about how the heroic nation wrote a great history in Çanakkale 109 years ago. This war became one of the glorious pages of military history, and the brave sons of Azerbaijan showed examples of bravery in Anatolia, in Çanakkale together with Turkish brothers.

It was noted that one of the brightest examples of the unity and equality of the two fraternal countries is Türkiye’ moral support provided by all possible means to the rightful position of Azerbaijan in the Patriotic War.

It was emphasized that the Azerbaijan-Türkiye brotherhood is built on indestructible and eternal foundations dedicated to the ideas of the National Leader Heydar Aliyev “One nation, two states” and Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk “The joy of Azerbaijan is our joy, the sorrow of Azerbaijan is our sorrow”.

Then a video dedicated to the 109th anniversary of the Victory in the Çankkale was shown.

In the end, poems were recited, and soloists of the Army Ideological and Cultural Center named after Hazi Aslanov, accompanied by military orchestras, performed music dedicated to patriotism and heroism.