Suleyman is 39 years old. He is married and has four children. His large family and he live in the Baku region. He is an IDP, who had to relocate from the Kalbajdar region, which is now an occupied territory of Karabakh. Suleyman has been involved in transporting people and loads for four years. As you can see on the photograph, his car has a special metal equipment for transporting heavy things. Currently, he needs 1000 AZN to repair his car, which broke down.
Suleyman 39 let. On jenat i imeyet 4 detey. Yego mnogodetnaya semya i Suleyman jivut v Baku regione, on yavlyayetsya IDP personom pereselenec iz Kalbajdar regiona kotoriy yavlyayetsya okkupirovannimi territoriyami Karabakha.
Suleyman uje 4 qoda kak zanimayetsya transpartirovkoy ludey a takje gruzov. Kak vi videte na fotografii na mashine imeyutsya osobiye jelezniye presposobleniya dlya perevozki tajolix veshey. Seychas on nujdayetsya v 1000 AZN chtobi pochinit svoyu mashinu kotoraya isportilas.
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