About the book “The Cultural Heritage of Artsakh: Armenian History and Its Traces in Nagorno-Karabakh’ and its presentation.”

"The publishing house of Kiel University in Germany has released "The Cultural Heritage of Artsakh: A collection titled "Armenian History and Its Traces in Nagorno-Karabakh" (editors: Andreas Müller, Harutyun Harutyunyan, Dagmar Heller, and Martin Tamke)." The collection stems from an international conference bearing the same title, orchestrated by the editors from the Faculty of Theology at Yerevan State University and the Vayots Dzor Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church. This conference drew the participation of numerous scholars and experts from Armenia, Artsakh, Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium. The articles featured in the volume, presented in German, Armenian, and English, delve into various aspects of Artsakh's history and culture, alongside exploring international political science and legal matters pertinent to Artsakh.

On March 6, a book launch event will be held in Berlin, facilitated by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS) (https://dgap.org/de/veranstaltungen/der-schutz-des-bedrohten-kulturgutes-von-berg-karabach?fbclid=IwAR2FproLJwSJAA9GNP6tNynTjwHFRL0zC9anmFWg0MPjFPxRwtpAdpS_y60).

A concerted effort to boycott and disrupt the event commemorating the cultural heritage of Artsakh and the forthcoming book presentation in Berlin is being widely propagated across various Azerbaijani telegram channels (https://t.me/Caucasian_bureau/73853?fbclid=IwAR3pmpAi2Bl085u-wyyes_t3UnwGclkILshoCrj036A6jfxeBQsmd27e978).