A group of ambassadors of foreign countries and representatives of international organizations accredited to Armenia are visiting Gegharkunik Province to see the damage caused there by the recent Azerbaijani military aggression.
Firs, they visited Sotk village, after which they will also be in Kut village, and then a question-and-answer session with the Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Armenia will be held in Vardenis town.
They are accompanied by Gnel Sanosyan, Minister of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure of Armenia, and Karen Sargsyan, Governor of Gegharkunik Province.
In particular, the head of the EU Delegation to Armenia, the acting UN Resident Coordinator in Armenia, as well as the representatives of the embassies of Russia, Greece, Netherlands, Japan, Argentina, Italy, France, India, Serbia, Brazil, Switzerland, Poland, Kazakhstan, US, Georgia, Germany, Lithuania, Malta, China, UK, Romania, and Iraq in Armenia are visiting Gegharkunik Province.
Addressing these foreign diplomats in Sotk, Gnel Sanosyan said: "As in Syunik and Vayots Dzor [Provinces], many settlements were damaged in Gergharkunik Province as well; one of which is Sotk. We have asked you to come, walk together. There are 148 houses damaged in Sotk, but we will see [only] some together. You will see that civilian houses and infrastructure have been targeted [by the Azerbaijani army]."