The "Competition of Painters from Karabakh in Azerbaijan" came to an end
The results of the competition which took place with the participation of young painters from Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan were announced in an online meeting.
At the online meeting which gathered representatives of Ministries of Culture of Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, the Chairwoman of the Committee of Civilization of the National Assembly of Azerbaijan Genire Pashayeva, and the Representative of Azerbaijan to TURKSOY Elchin Gafarlı along with the Representative of the Association of Friendship of Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan as well as painters from Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan, participants stressed that this competition is dedicated to the liberation of Karabakh from its occupation and aims at the strengthening of ties of friendship and brotherhood between the two countries.
The Director of the Haydar Aliyev Cultural Center of Azerbaijan in Uzbekistan Samir Abbasov announced the names of award-winning painters who took part in the competition held with the participation of many young artists from Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan.
Five prizes and awards each were handed over to their winners from Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan. While the first prize awarded to artists from Azerbaijan went to Fereh Babayeva for her painting “Assembly of Musicians from Karabakh”, the second prize was won by Lale Hüseynova who participated in the competition with her painting “Return to Karabakh" and the Third prize went to Gulshen Bahsheliyeva for her painting “Panorma of Shusha”. The artists Ayten Memmedova, Sara Gedimova, Arzu Abdulezizova and Turkan Babayeva received an honourable mansion.
The winners from Uzbekistan were Gulnoz Calalova who won the first prize for her painting “Village of Karabakh”, followed by Husniya Azadova who won the second prize for her painting “Woman from Karabakh” and Abrorcan Izzatullayev who took part in the competition with a painting entitled “Nature of Karabakhı: The Stream Roaring Mountain”. The honourable mansions went to Hudayar Atamuradova, Iroda Hudayberqanova, Mircalol Holiqova, Firangiz Komilcanova and Ilgiz Hakimov from Uzbekistan.