Taghibayli village of Aghdam district is located 20km north-east of the district center, on the Karabakh plain.
The village was occupied by Armenian armed forces on April 16, 1994.
Defeated in the Patriotic war that broke out on September 27, 2020, Armenia signed an act of capitulation on November 10 of the same year. According to the agreement, the Armenian military left the Aghdam district on November 20 and handed it over to the Azerbaijani Armed Forces.
AZERTAC presents footages of the village, which was subjected to Armenian vandalism during the occupation.
Source: Azerbaijan State News Agency