Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev Lays Foundation Stone for Non-Residential Building in Shusha
On May 9, Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev laid the foundation stone for a non-residential building on Garabagh Street in the city of Shusha. The president was briefed on the works to be carried out on Garabagh and Sadigjan streets.
The residential building on Garabagh Street will cover a total area of 5,400 square meters and will be 4-stories high. It will feature 25 two-room and 6 three-room apartments. Meanwhile, the non-residential building on the same street will cover 5,745 square meters and will comprise A and B blocks in addition to an office center.
With this development, the Azerbaijani government continues to demonstrate its commitment to the reconstruction and development of Shusha, which was liberated from Armenian occupation during the 44-day Patriotic War last year.
Shusha, which is regarded as the cultural capital of Azerbaijan, holds special significance to the Azerbaijani people due to its rich history and culture. Its liberation was a pivotal moment in the conflict that lasted for decades.
The reconstruction and development of the city are expected to boost tourism and enhance its economic potential. The government has already initiated various projects aimed at restoring infrastructure, rebuilding homes, and creating job opportunities for the local population.
The laying of the foundation stone for the non-residential building, therefore, marks another step in the journey of Shusha’s development and underscores Azerbaijan’s unwavering commitment to the restoration of its cultural heritage.