Javad Heyat’s assistant; “The testament in the Iranian Embassy in Azerbaijan is old” – UPDATED

Baku: “Javad Heyat testament in the Iranian Embassy in Azerbaijan is old. Dr. Heyat submitted this testament to the Embassy 3 years ago.”

Late Professor Javad Heyat’s family-friend and assistant Zulfi Bakshali said it to APA.

He said that the Embassy’s statement reflects the truth: “Javad Heyat had a testament about his wish to be buried in Tehran, but it is old. As I know, three places were mentioned in it, but later his testament was changed.

It is likely that the Embassy based on the old testament. I don’t want to talk about it, as I do not have sufficient information. The deceased’s brother Mahammadrza Heyat will make a statement on the matter.”

Saat 13:08

Baku. Rufat Ahmadzadeh – APA. “Well-known Azerbaijani surgeon, Professor Javad Heyat, who died in Baku on August 12, expressed in his testament submitted to the Iranian Embassy in Azerbaijan that he wanted to be buried in Tehran.”

Spokesman for the embassy of Iran in Azerbaijan Sayed Mohammad Ayatullahi said it while responding to APA’s question.

He said that after the death, his family members submitted the testament to the Embassy, but later the decision was changed: “We wanted to bury him in “Ibn Babawayh Cemetery” in Tehran according to his will. However, his family decided to bury him in Baku, we respect this decision.”

Ayatullahi underlined standing friendship and commitment between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Azerbaijan: “Dr. Heyat is the pride of the people of the two countries. I feel it my duty to express my gratitude to the Azerbaijani officials for holding a descent farewell ceremony for the deceased.”

Javad Heyat, who died at the age of 89 in Baku, was buried in the second Alley of Honor.