Health Minister Dr. Fahrettin Koca visited Shusha, the symbol city of Karabakh, in Azerbaijan, where he came to attend the Health-Business forum.

Koca and other officials visited the city square, the castle, the house of the poet Hurşitbanu Hatavan, the mausoleum of the poet Molla Panah Vagif, the house of the famous musician Bulbul, which has been turned into a museum, and the Cdır Plain in Shusha.


Making a statement in the area where the Shusha Declaration was signed, Koca said that Shusha, the culture, literature and art capital of Azerbaijan, which has an important place in Turkish history with the poets and musicians it has trained, was occupied by Armenia in 1992, and many innocent people were killed because they were Muslims. , said that mosques and other historical structures, each of which is a separate cultural heritage, in Shusha were also destroyed as a result of Armenian attacks. We are ready to provide all kinds of support so that he can return to his days,” he thanked those who contributed to the liberation of the city and wished God’s mercy on the martyrs. Wishing a speedy recovery to the injured, Koca said, “I would like to emphasize once again that we are together today as we were yesterday, so that they can regain their health.”