The health condition of Armenian soldier Nver Gevorgyan, who was wounded by Azerbaijani shooting on August 6, is already good. His aunt, Anahit Gevorgyan, told Armenian News-NEWS.am about this.
"He started to take a few steps with a walker. The important thing is that the bullet did not damage [his] vital organs. He will stay in the hospital for two more months, later it will be clear how the treatment and [his] further [military] service will continue," she added.
Nver Gevorgyan was to be discharged from the army in February.
Earlier, the Ministry of Defense of Armenia had reported that Private Nver Gevorgyan (born in 2002), a conscript soldier of a military unit, had sustained a gunshot wound on the evening of August 6 at a combat position located in the eastern part of the Armenia-Azerbaijan border—and as a result of Azerbaijani shooting.