The Ombudsman of Armenia summarized the facts of the consequences of Azerbaijani aggression.
On September 13-15, at least 7,600 people, including 1,437 children and 99 disabled people, were evacuated from Gegharkunik, Vayots Dzor and Syunik provinces. Most of the displaced people were women, children and the elderly.
In Gegharkunik region one civilian was killed and 4 people were wounded. The whereabouts of another civilian, Vardenis, are unknown.
Azerbaijani armed forces deliberately opened fire on a group of Armenian and foreign journalists.
About 200 houses were damaged in Sotq, more than 50 of them were completely destroyed and the gas pipeline was damaged. A school building was attacked. Four houses were damaged in Kut village and a medical point was attacked. Administrative buildings of Sotk and Geghamasar communities were damaged.
Vayots Dzor province
One civilian was killed and two others were wounded in Jermuk.
A civilian vehicle was shelled in the city, injuring one civilian. An ambulance was attacked. Three rescuers of the Armenian Emergencies Ministry were wounded.
The Kechut reservoir was also attacked. Azerbaijan deliberately targeted a sanatorium where dozens of patients were treated. The tourist infrastructure of Jermuk was also hit. Gas pipes, electric wires and communication cables were also damaged.
One civilian was killed by Azerbaijani servicemen in Syunik region on September 14. Another civilian was shot in the head and died in hospital.
Two ambulances were damaged.
Residences were damaged as a result of UAV strikes in Geghamasar. A banqueting hall in Karashen was shelled and one residential house was seriously damaged.
Five residential houses were shelled in Verishen village, one more house was damaged. A residential house was shelled in Akner village. An administrative building in Vaghatur village was destroyed. One house was damaged in Agitu community.
Four houses, an administrative building and a school were damaged in Vaghatur community.
Gas pipelines were damaged in Tegh and Vaghatur communities.
The right to free movement of citizens was illegally restricted as a result of numerous bombardments of roads.