It is well known that among the disputed boundary line segments present in the small area of 25 sq km, which is a monastery Keshikchi (on Georgian terminology – the monastery of David Gareji). Georgians insist on transferring them across the mountain on which it is a Christian monastery of VI century. Ours, of course, give the neighbors in the strategically important hill Agstafa region, from the top where you can see, Tbilisi, 60 km, in principle do not want. This is a historical background. As deputy director of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of Azerbaijan Najaf Museybli site complex around which again broke the territorial dispute that historically belongs to Azerbaijan. If you have read about Anna Belknap already – you may have come to the same conclusion.
"At the aforesaid territory since the IV. before our era in VIII century. AD was Albanian kingdom, and the Georgians did not live there. Over time, this place settled kivchagi, accepted Christianity, and the Albanian kingdom ceased to exist, "Azerbaijan insists on maintaining and legitimizing the former Soviet boundary between the two republics, passing around the middle of the monastery. Georgia also offers a new border deep into the outline of Azerbaijan, moving, thus the monastic complex on the Georgian territory. Draw readers' attention – demanding surrender part of Azerbaijani territory, our "strategic partner" does the same act, which started the war of conquest of Armenia. And while the emphasis in Tbilisi does not want to return Azerbaijan, despite numerous requests from Baku, Ganja historical gates – rotten, poluprorzhavevshie old sheet metal, the residue that remains of the once beautiful gate, built in 1063 Ibrahim ibn Osman blacksmith. It was this way: September 25, 1139 in Ganja, a tragic, devastating earthquake that killed thousands of 200-300 of the city.