There are 50 people who have been listed for the meeting at 5 p.m. This is what one of the relatives of missing soldiers told reporters in front of the government building today.
Asked if yesterday’s meeting was reassuring, the relative said if it was reassuring, all the relatives wouldn’t request another meeting.
According to the relative, the government can simply host one effective meeting instead of just making promises.
A parent said his son is serving in Jabrayil and hasn’t received any news from him for the past 40 days. “I am told that the representatives of the Red Cross aren’t allowed to enter Jabrayil since there is shooting. I’m ready to go there and sacrifice my life for the young soldiers who fell in this war,” the parent said.
The relatives of servicemen missing in action during the Artsakh war are currently in front of the government building. First, they gathered in front of the Embassy of Russia and submitted a letter that they had written and addressed to President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
Yesterday 25 of the relatives had a meeting with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.