Russian eco-activists expressed their support for Azerbaijani activists protesting on the Lachin-Khankendi road.

The Russian Bureau of APA reports that one of the topics discussed within the framework of the Second Winter Eco-school held in the Etno Mir Ethnographic Park of the Kaluga region at the initiative of the Honorary Chairman of the Azerbaijani Youth Union of Russia (AMOR), Leyla Aliyeva, is precisely the gold-copper mines in the Karabakh economic region of Azerbaijan. activities of Azerbaijani eco-activists related to the termination of illegal exploitation.

Chairman of AMOR Jeyhun Huseynov told APA that the organization's Winter Ecoschool will last for three days: "On the opening day of the winter school, the action of Azerbaijani ecologists against ecocide on the Lachin road was discussed.

Activists of our event supported this action.

This problem is not only Azerbaijan's problem, but a general, global problem, and each of us must take a very important and serious attitude to this issue in order to protect our world."

Valery Zavyalkin, head of the department of the administration of Kaluga region, said that the topic of ecology is very important today: "The importance of this topic is increasing day by day.

It is very nice that the scientific community and highly qualified teachers gathered at AMOR's Winter Eco-school give the right direction to young people about nature protection.

Young people who will have this important knowledge will determine the direction of the future.

Speaking at the panel session, the official of the Russian representative office of the Heydar Aliyev Foundation, Nazim Ismayilzadeh, gave detailed information about the humanitarian action of Azerbaijani eco-activists on the Khankendi-Lachin road, which has been going on for almost two months.

He said that in the action, Azerbaijani eco-activists demand monitoring of the "Kyzilbulagh" and "Demirli" mines of the Karabakh Economic Region.

The action of Azerbaijani eco-activists was also supported by their Russian colleagues.

Yekaterina Novikova, a Russian expert on environmental policy, told APA that the action of Azerbaijani ecoactivists against ecocide was also touched upon during the discussions at AMOR's Winter Eco-school.

He said that this action shows that people are in an active position in solving environmental problems.

Another Russian ecoactivist, member of the Board of Green Higher Schools of Russia, Alexandra Lazerava, emphasized that ecoactivists are a great driving force: "We are a great force, which always defends our interests to the end.

Therefore, I wish strength and success to Azerbaijani eco-activists.

I hope they get what they want.

Can't stop.

It is necessary to go to the end."

Other speakers on the panel spoke about the importance of environmental projects aimed at protecting and improving the quality of the environment.

Within the framework of the winter eco-school, master classes and trainings will be organized for participants, young people will be able to get acquainted with ecological terminology and review successful business cases.

At the end of the three-day training, the school participants will be presented with professional development certificates on "Implementation of environmental initiatives of young people".

It should be noted that in the winter Eco-school of AMOR, in which the All-Russian Society for Nature Protection, the National Council of Youth and Children's Unions of Russia and the platform act as partners, various universities of Russia, "Molodaya Guardia", Youth Parliament, Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow Region more than 100 young people representing ecology, youth and voluntary organizations are participating as volunteers.