Shamil Aliyev has fed on water and forest nuts during these days
Zagatala. Vugar Heydarov – APA. A 68-year-old Baku resident who lost his way in the southern foothills of the Greater Caucasus Range in Zagatala district, has been found alive and handed over to his family.
In a search operation on August 28, Zagatala police, guided by Mazikh village residents, found him alive in the mountainous forest and handed him over to his family. Born in 1947 in Zagatala’s Mazikh village, Shamil Aliyev (registered in Baku’s Khatai district) had lost his way in the Greater Caucasus Mountain Range in the territory of Zagatala district on August 28. According to an initial opinion, Shamil Aliyev lost his way while returning home. He has fed on water and forest nuts during these days. Such a diet has weakened him and caused him nervous disorder. After being examined by the doctor, Shamil Aliyev is now receiving treatment his sister’s house.
Note that, Shamil Aliyev has gone on a hike to a high mountainous site called Shamilovka, situated in the Greater Caucasus Mountains in the territory of Zagatala. After spending 13 days with shepherds, he lost his way while returning to the Mazikh village on August 28.