Ganja terror was protested in front of the Prime Minister's Office in Great Britain
Azerbaijanis living in London held a protest rally in front of the office of Prime Minister of Britain Boris Johnson. During the action, the terrorist act of the occupying Armenian army in Ganja, the killing of civilians, including children and women, and the destruction of civilian objects were condemned.
Representatives of the Turkish community and residents of the city also took part in the action initiated by the Azerbaijani community.
Protesters holding posters with the names of the victims of the Ganja terror commemorated them with a minute of silence.
Protesters chanted slogans such as "Karabakh is Azerbaijan!", "Stop Armenian aggression!" and made statements in English, calling Boris Johnson and the British public not to be indifferent to the killings of civilians, especially children. Despite the provocative attempts of the Armenians, the action ended without incident.