Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Azerbaijani counterpart Ilham Aliyev on Tuesday visited the Anadolu Agency’s photo exhibition in Zangilan, liberated from the Armenian occupation.
The two presidents toured the exhibition entitled “Nasr Karabakh”, which included pictures that reflected the Turkish-Azerbaijani brotherhood and the Karabakh war.
Anadolu Board Chairman and General Manager Serdar Karagoz provided the leaders of the two countries with information about the photo exhibition.
While touring the exhibition, the two presidents stood for a while in front of the image of Ozdemir Bayraktar, a pioneer in the development of Turkish unmanned aerial vehicle technology, who passed away recently.
Below the picture was written the phrase: “We remember with mercy and appreciation Mr. Ozdemir Bayraktar, who was awarded the Karabakh Order for his contributions to the Karabakh victory.”
Earlier today, Erdogan arrived in Azerbaijan at the invitation of Aliyev to participate in the opening ceremony of “Fuzoli International Airport”.
And laying the foundation stone for various projects in the areas liberated from the Armenian occupation.