In the evening, they agreed with the adversary to go for talks either in the Khndzoresk sector or in Verishen. Ararat Ordyan, head of Verishen village of Armenia’s Syunik Province, on Thursday told this to Armenian News-NEWS.am.
"At the moment [the Azerbaijanis] are not here; they are probably negotiating in Khndzoresk [village]. It is a tense situation again, it is a waiting situation. Negotiations are underway. Let's see how the negotiations will end, so that we figure out what to do. There is no change; we are standing," Ordyan said.
According to him, the situation in Verishen is not panicky at the moment. "People are ready to keep their land and water," he added.