RSSC celebrated November 8 - Victory Day
On November 4, an event dedicated to November 8 - Victory Day was held at the Republican Seismic Survey Center of ANAS. On the initiative and with the financial support of the RSSC Trade Union, a stand was opened reflecting the combat path of 15 employees of the Center who participated in the First Karabakh War and the Patriotic War. The event began with the performance of the national anthem of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Later, a minute of silence was observed in memory of our martyrs who gave their lives for the defense of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan, as well as for the liberation of our occupied lands.
Speaking at the event, the Executive Director of the Republican Seismic Survey Center of ANAS, Doctor of Philosophy in Technical Sciences, Associate Professor Rauf Muradov noted that the Azerbaijani people gathered around the President, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief, like an iron fist and won the war.
Chairman of the RSSC Trade Union, head of the “Macroseismic Research” department, Doctor of Philosophy in Geology and Mineralogy, Associate Professor Eytibar Garaveliyev stressed that Victory Day is an exceptional holiday in the history of the Azerbaijani people.
Ramiz Iskenderov, chief engineer of RSSC, said in his speech that Victory Day should be considered not only as a day of victory, but also as a symbolic day of unity. “We are indebted to our Supreme Commander-in-Chief, our army, our martyrs and veterans for this victory. Although we cannot by our presence reduce the grief of parents who lost their children in the war, this loss is a great sorrow for all of us. I bow my head before our martyrs.”
The head of the Barda seismic station of the RSSC, a participant in the First Karabakh and the Patriotic Wars, Major Geray Asadov, said that the Azerbaijani army, which won a glorious victory with the use of the most modern weapons, demonstrated high professionalism in just 44 days in extremely difficult terrain. The heroism of our martyrs and veterans is highly appreciated by our state and people.
The event ended with a screening of a film dedicated to November 8 - Victory Day.