At the invitation of the International Eurasia Press Fund, the Dutch writer-publicist, IEPF's representative in the Netherlands, Henry Van Rens, who is visiting Baku, gave an interview to Real TV.
During the interview, the researcher-publicist also talked about the book dedicated to Karabakh, which will be published with the support of the International Eurasia Press Fund. He said that the publication is a dedication to the victims of the First and Second Karabakh war and that he has been working on the book for the last few years. Regarding the book, IEPF provided great support to the writer in his visits to Karabakh, research and finding of facts.
"I am very glad to visit Azerbaijan for the third time. It means a lot to me. I am already completing my book about Karabakh. Why am I preparing a book about Karabakh, because we in the Netherlands know nothing about Azerbaijan and Karabakh. This is a historical book that will cover the period from 400 thousand years ago to the present day. I tried to include everything that happened in this period in the book. It will probably be a big book of about 420 pages. This is a gift for the victims of the First and Second Karabakh war, as well as for their parents and children."
The writer also talked about interesting facts about his first visit to Azerbaijan. "In 2009, I met Professor Fagan Aliyev. He invited me to Azerbaijan. Later, I started coming to Azerbaijan several times a year. I have traveled almost all over the world. Every place has its own uniqueness. When I was in the Netherlands, I knew very little about Azerbaijan. The geography is perfect. I visited Azerbaijan once last year and spent my birthday here. There is a lack of information about Karabakh in the Netherlands. My country does not recognize the Khojaly genocide. But I still don't understand why they do not want to know. There are many Armenians in the Netherlands."