Vancouver Armenians Protest Turkish-Azerbaijani Aggression Against Artsakh

“TORONTOHYE”,- On Sunday, October the 18th, more than 500 Armenians in Greater Vancouver gathered in front of the CBC Station Headquarters situated in the heart of downtown Vancouver, peacefully protesting Turkish-Azerbaijani aggression against Artsakh. 
The protesters held hundreds of banners and flags against the barbarism committed by Azerbaijan and Turkey’s governments and soldiers and Syrian mercenaries against Artsakh citizens.
During the protest, Armenian youth groups did remarkable work by distributing flyers to all cars and pedestrians who were passing by Hamilton street, which is considered one of the busiest streets in Western Canada.
Throughout “Rally for Peace”, the two pastors of both Armenian Apostolic Churches in British Columbia, alongside representatives of local Armenian organizations, and a leader from the Kurdish community in BC, spoke about the Humanitarian catastrophe befallen on Artsakh people and asked government of Canada and the big powers to interfere to restrain Azerbaijan and NATO ally Turkey to stop the war and to solve the conflict by peaceful means.

Pictures from Vancouver rally