In September 2013, Armenian troops occupied Zengilan and thousands of refugees, who made a run for their lives, now reside in Azerbaijan’s different regions.
Coskun met with many Zengilan’s families at their places of residence, their schools and their communities in the Azerbaijani capital Baku.
During his visit, Coskun also gave presents to some school children.
“You represent the future of Azerbaijan and now you stay in this beautiful setting that was provided for you," Coskun said. "But one day, you will return to your land, which belongs to you."
The district of Zengilan, which was formed in 1930, is an administrative region of Azerbaijan Republic. The small area, bordered by Armenia and Iran, is home to more than 37 thousand people.