Well-known Azerbaijani journalist, former AFFA spokesman Mazahir Suleymanzade has been buried.
He was buried next to his relatives in Mardakan cemetery. Chairman of the Press Council Aflatun Amashov, media representatives at the funeral and relatives of the deceased were present.
Speakers M. Suleymanzade’s media and Speaking about his services in the field of sports, they called his death a serious loss.
Recall that, Former AFFA spokesman Mazahir Suleymanzadeh has died at the age of 70. He died of diabetes.
Mazahir Suleymanzade was born on December 22, 1952 in Baku. In 1970, he graduated from secondary school No. 1 in Shamakhi. In the early 70s of the last century, the journalist, who headed the Shamakhi Museum of History and Ethnography, visited the Transcaucasian Military District in Tbilisi. Ali School of Military Correspondents, Lviv Ali Military-Political He graduated from the journalism faculty of his school. From 1974 to 1979 he studied at the journalism faculty of Baku State University.
In different years he worked in “Leninskoe znamya”, “Krasnaya zvezda”, “Idman” – “Sport” newspapers, “Sovetskiy voin” magazine. Chief Correspondent, Executive Secretary of the Communist newspaper and held the position of Deputy Editor. In 1989, he founded the Sahar newspaper, one of the first independent Azerbaijani newspapers. M. Suleymanzade is also the author of numerous books.
In 1984-1994, “Golden Pen”, “Hasan bey Zardabi”, “Mirza Jalil”, as well as “Araz” Ali In 1989 he was awarded the Honorary Decree of the Supreme Soviet of the Azerbaijan SSR. Journalist 20In 05, by the decree of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, he was awarded the honorary title of “Honored Cultural Worker”.