“Gızıbulag field has the highest productivity. We developed and make ready that field,” Gamat Huseynov, associate professor of Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University, who participated in the activities held on the Shusha-Lachin road told APA’s correspondent assigned to Shusha,
According to him, an Armenian geologist worked with him when he studied the field, and therefore he also knew about the productivity of the field: “Due to the short distance between the "Gizilbulag" field and Zod, they transported the ores from the field to Armenia day and night. Our demand is that our gold transported from here be counted and that wealth to be returned to us and transferred to the budget of our country. We will stay on our demand and take important steps until achieving our goal. One of our demands is to conduct monitoring with the participation of ecologists and geologists in that territory and this is extremely important. We want to conduct an inspection in that area in a civil manner in order to get acquainted with the current situation in the deposit. Illegal works carried out there, cutting of trees, burning of forests cause considerable damage to the ecology of Azerbaijan and the entire region".