Azerbaijani student at Lodz University addresses letter to the Swedish opinion leader and climate activist Greta Thunberg

Azerbaijani student at Lodz University Nargiz Qazi has addressed letter to the Swedish opinion leader and climate activist Greta Thunberg, APA reports.


The letter reads:


“Hi, Greta!


I think we the new generation have something in common, namely the desire to have a better world for the future. You care about the environment and want a sustainable world, so do I. Today, a natural disaster is taking place in Karabakh which is a part of Azerbaijan.


Through this letter, I want to highlight the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. A war is going on between Azerbaijan and Armenia, in the territory of Azerbaijan. The Armenian army is seriously damaging endemic biodiversity of Nagorno-Karabakh. They deliberately set fire to the forest. Such inhumane acts run counter to all international environmental conventions that Armenia has ratified, and are considered a violation of humanity. It is impossible to extinguish fires caused by white phosphorus bombs unlike natural fires, and such fires continue for a long time.


There are many churches and monuments originating from Caucasian Albania and Karabach Khanate that are in danger. These fires destroy a unique ecosystem that consists of dense forests, mainly valuable and perennial oak, juniper, beech, hornbeam, pine, ash, walnut trees and more. The most plant-rich region in the Caucasus is Karabakh, with its rare and endangered species of wildlife. Why does no one react to a deliberately inflamed fire during a war?


I hope you as a person fighting against environmental disasters and trying to create a better future will break the silence on this issue and help me forward this message. I hope we still have a chance to work for a better future.”


Source: Azeri-Press News Agency

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