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The level of gas pressure in the only Armenia-Artsakh gas pipeline has begun to drop, which means that the Azerbaijani side closed the valve on the pipeline, Artsakhgas CJSC reports.

“In the coming hours, it will be clear from the level of gas pressure whether the next shutdown will be complete or partial.
With such a change in the situation, the Artsakhgas company again supplies the gas accumulated in the pipeline only to gas stations, stopping work to restore gas supply to other consumers. In any case, we ask all consumers to remain vigilant and follow the safety rules when using gas, as a certain amount of gas has already been pumped into the section of the domestic network.

We will inform about additional developments in a separate message.

The gas supply, which was completely stopped since March 21, was restored on July 8. During the 210 days of the blockade of Artsakh, the gas supply was disrupted by Azerbaijan for a total of 143 days," the statement says.

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