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2021, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part A

It developed as a result of the vandalism carried out by the Armenian invaders in the lands of the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan military erosion and its consequences

ZH Aliyev

In the article analyzed by the author, there were 2 major and catastrophic wars in the 20th century. From this point of view, the outbreak of the First World War in 1914-1917 and the destruction of tens of thousands of cities, towns and villages in this war, which lasted for more than 4 years, agricultural fields, gardens, which is based on the historical facts of the destruction of forests and pastures and the creation of large-scale disasters, and the alarming consequences of atrocities, and in this context, the major problems facing the scientific community are investigated on a scientific basis, and the experts of the military-industrial complex are also involved in conducting large-scale research in the direction of their solution, With the participation of scientists from various fields, the academic community was mobilized under the slogan, "Say no to the wars and conflicts that destroy civilization", and the results of the large-scale application of targeted projects have minimized the undesirable environmental tension in these regions. ib to achieve formalization of State support for the implementation of social projects that will provide a basis for the restoration and preservation of natural resources (land, water, air, forest, vegetation, pastures) and human health. Taking into account that scientific and technical progress in general has produced very frightening and destructive weapons that served wars in the first century. Similarly to the mentioned, the Second World War also covered the countries of Europe and Asia, and later the United States was involved in this war. The war destroyed European and a number of Asian countries, changed the territory and landscape of the countries. Here, the most dangerous weapons, artillery shells, bombs and fugas of various composition and strength, chemical and bacteriological weapons greatly strengthened the destructive force of the war and greatly increased the loss of life. At the end of the Second World War, 77 years ago, the United States detonated the most terrifying weapon of the era, the atomic bomb, in Hiroshima and Nakazaki, Japan, destroying two large and modern cities and creating a strong military erosion, hundreds of thousands of people were burned and destroyed at the same time, and tens of thousands were injured. People suffered until the end of their lives. The effects of the atomic explosion are felt by the people living here today. The Second World War destroyed more than 40 million people along with the global destruction and became a huge tragic event in human history. As a result of the war, natural landscapes, agro-landscapes, forests and pastures, gardens and grounds belonging to different centuries, and buildings reflecting the history of world architecture were destroyed. Exo-systems disappeared, the animal world was destroyed, and the balance of nature was disturbed. As if all this was not enough, after the Second World War, local wars in different parts of the world continued for many years, and the spread of military erosion was further expanded. As a visual manifestation, such local wars took place in the southern and northern Caucasus regions as well. Nagorno-Karabakh, southern Asetin province, Abkhazia, and finally the Chechen Republic became a war zone. Cities and villages were destroyed, military erosion took place, the consequences of which, for one reason or another, still cannot be eliminated.
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How to cite this article:
ZH Aliyev. It developed as a result of the vandalism carried out by the Armenian invaders in the lands of the Karabakh region of Azerbaijan military erosion and its consequences. Int J Res Agron 2021;4(2):100-107. DOI: 10.33545/2618060X.2021.v4.i2a.130
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