|Born||July 30, 1962|
Aliağalı, Agdam, Azerbaijan SSR
|Died||July 22, 1993 (aged 30)|
Qiyaslı, Agdam, Azerbaijan
|Service/||Azerbaijani Armed Forces|
|Years of service||1991–1993|
|Battles/wars||Nagorno Karabakh War|
Nadir Alısh oglu Aliyev (Azerbaijani: Nadir Alış oğlu Əliyev; 30 July 1962, Aliağalı, Agdam, Azerbaijan SSR – 22 July 1993, Qiyaslı, Agdam, Azerbaijan) was the National Hero of Azerbaijan and warrior during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Early life and education
Aliyev was born on 30 July 1962 in Aliağalı village of Agdam raion of Azerbaijan SSR. He studied at Baku Polytechnicum from 1977 to 1981. In 1991, he graduated from the Academy of the State Security Service of the Republic of Azerbaijan named after F.E. Dzerzhinski, and in 1993, from the Faculty of Law of Baku State University. Aliyev served his military service in the State Security Service and was appointed chief attorney in the Mardakert (Agdara) Division of the Azerbaijan State Security Committee from September to December 1991 and in the Agdere District Division of the Karabakh Department of the Ministry of National Security of the Republic of Azerbaijan since 1992.
Aliyev was married and had two children.
Nagorno Karabakh war
In January 1993, he was appointed chief operating officer of the Aghdam Region Department of the Ministry of National Security. On July 22, 1993, Aliyev was shot dead while taking part in the battles for the village of Qiyasli.
- Vüqar Əsgərov. Azərbaycanın Milli Qəhrəmanları (kitab)|"Azərbaycanın Milli Qəhrəmanları" (Yenidən işlənmiş II nəşr). Bakı: "Dərələyəz-M", 2010, səh. 86-87.