,,According to the Azerbaijani plan, the territory of the monastery is the homeland of the Turkish-Oghuz tribes,,; Tatoyan
21:48, Wednesday, 31 January, 2024
According to that false plan, the Armenian Goshavank is an Albanian (Turkish) temple in the territory of the Turkish Sultanate, and Armenians are accused of changing its "real" Turkish name. According to the Azerbaijani plan, the territory of the monastery is the homeland of the Turkish-Oghuz tribes, and the first Armenians were "brought" from Iran and Turkey at the beginning of the 19th century, after which they appropriated the temple. According to falsifications of Armenia's occupation plan, Azerbaijan has the ownership of the Armenian St. Peter's Basilica Church of Aparan. Allegedly, it is an "old Turkish" temple, which was built by Turkish tribes in the 5th century, and Armenians were first brought and settled in Apara from Turkey in 1829-1830. According to the invented Azerbaijani plan, the Armenian monastery of Akhtala is an inseparable part of the so-called "Western Azerbaijan", and Akhtala is the homeland of Turkish tribes, where no Armenians allegedly lived until the middle of the 20th century.