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19 trucks with humanitarian aid for Artsakh from Armenia reached Kornidzor.

“We contacted representatives of the Russian peacekeeping forces to deliver cargo to [Artsakh] Nagorno-Karabakh with their mediation, we are waiting for an answer. This process requires understanding and patience. As soon as there is news, we will let you know,” Vardan Sargsyan, a representative of the working group on managing the humanitarian crisis in Artsakh, said in an interview with 1TV.

On July 26, 19 trucks with food and essential goods left for Kornidzor, from where it is planned to transfer 400 tons of humanitarian aid to Artsakh Armenians, accompanied by Russian peacekeepers. Humanitarian aid is sent to besieged Artsakh within the framework of the state program.

In Azerbaijan, the reports of the Armenian media about the dispatch of a humanitarian aid convoy to Artsakh were quickly regarded as a "provocation." According to Turan, the State Border Service of Azerbaijan "called on the Armenian side to refrain from such actions aimed at provocation and serving to aggravate the situation."

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