Despite the strong protests of the Armenians, it was possible to convey the truth about Azerbaijan and our occupied lands to the representatives of different nationalities studying in the Republic of Korea.
Azerbaijani students studying in the Republic of Korea came together to embody national unity and promote our country. Inspired by the release of Ramil Safarov, they presented to the Korean public the film "Khoja" about love and hatred, heroism and cowardice, as well as the struggle of Khojaly people against Armenians. According to the report, a letter of protest sent by Artavazd Kirakosyan to the e-mail address of KAIST International Student Association (KISA) the day before the event did not prevent the screening of the film. "Khoja" was voiced in Azerbaijani and presented with English subtitles.
The event was attended by students of different nationalities studying in Korea. First, a video slide about Azerbaijan and our occupied territories was presented. In the end, Rashad Aliyev, the chairman of the BUTA AKSO addressed questions to the audience about both the film and Azerbaijan. Foreign students who answered the questions correctly were presented gifts by the Azerbaijani Embassy in Korea. After the discussion, a baklava and tea table were organized for the participants at the expense of the organization's budget.