agonies, also the facts collected due to the documents composed by international organization and representatives of opposite side are presented in the book to readers.
Abdullayev Chingiz Mammad oglu was born in Rudaka-nar village of Astara district of Azerbaijan Republic in 1975. On the 7th of January, 1994 he was called up for military service by the Military Registration and Enlistment Office of Astara district, took part in fights for Fuzuli district and then he was sent to Aghdam district. On the 26th of April, 1994 during the fight for Ismayilbeyli village of Terter district Chingiz was taken prisoner.
According to a statement of his father Abdullayev Mahammad Asad oglu who lived in Rudakanar village of Astara district, during the search for his son Armenian side invited him to Moscow. Armenians informed that Chingiz was kept in a prison of special regime in Amasiya district of Armenia. They demanded 25.000 USA dollars for his release. His father couldn’t find money and that’s why they didn’t release Chingiz.
Abdullayev Juma Abdulla oglu was born in Ititala village of Balakan district of Azerbaijan Republic in 1974. On the 13th of October, 1992 he was called for military service. Juma took part in fights for Aghdam district. On the 26th of February, 1993 during the fight for Khramort village of Aghdam district he was taken prisoner. His father-Abdullayev Abdulla Oruj oglu who lived in Ititala village of Balakan district and engaged in search for Juma found out from the military unit where he served that Juma with 63 front-line comrades was taken prisoner by Armenians and kept in Asgaran on the 26th of February, 1993.
Abdullayev Alamdar Allahverdi oglu was born in Sirkha-vand village of Aghdara district of Azerbaijan Republic in 1972. He took part in fights for Ga-rabagh. On the 28th of December, 1993, during the fight for Merzili village of Aghdam dis-
trict Abdullayev Alamdar was taken prisoner by Armenians.
According to the information of his brother Abdullayev Namized Allahverdi oglu who lived in Sirkhavand village of Aghdara district (now he lives in Mingechevir city, AZ GREZ settlement, refugees’ town Nq3), during radio communication with representative of opposite side whose name was Vazgen, it was known that Abdullayev Alamdar was taken prisoner and kept in a house of Armenian woman in occupied Shusha.
Tagiyev Mammad Gachay oglu who lived in Garadaghli village of Khojavand district and took part in change of prisoners and hostages wrote a statment that Armenian representative Abo informed that Alamdar was taken prisoner and kept in a private house in Shusha.
Abdullayev Etibar Eyyub oglu was born in Yukhari-Ayrim village of Kelbajar district of Azerbaijan Republic in 1974. In May of 1991 he was called up for military service by the Military Registration and Enlistment Office of Kelbajar district and sent to Moscow city. When Armenians began to attack Garabagh in September of 1991, he left the military unit and returned Motherland to defend native land. Etibar took part in fights for Lachin and Kelbajar district allotted to Zaur Rzayev’s battalion. On the 5th of April, 1993 during the fight for Murovdag height in Kelbajar district, Armenians surrounded him and took as a prisoner.
That information was given by his father Abdullayev Eyyub Asgar oglu who lived in Yukhari-Ayrim village of Kelbajar district (at present he lives in the building of Repair Constructive Department in Khanlar district) when he searched for Etibar.
His front-line comrade Atayev Famil Yunis oglu who lived in Chaykand village of Kelbajar district (now he lives in the hostel Nq 2 of ATU in Ganja), wrote a statement that during the fight in place called Meydanchay in front of Murovdag, Etibar was wounded. Wounded Etibar helped others but Armenians surrounded them and took as prisoner.
The brother of prisoner senior lieutenant Ahmadov Ramiz Akram oglu-Ahmadov Aflatun Akram oglu who lived in Talistan village of Ismayilli district wrote a statement and noted that there was Abdullayev Etibar from Kelbajar district among fighters who was taken prisoners by Armenians during the fight in place called Meydanchay of Murovdag. Etibar was kept in Upper Garabagh by Armenians.