There is a humanitarian disaster in Nagorno-Karabakh, a huge number of refugees from villages that were captured by Azerbaijani troops. People are in panic, without electricity, no medicine, no doctors. Former Minister of State of Artsakh Ruben Vardanyan said in an interview with Russian journalist Ksenia Sobchak.
“One eight-year-old child had a cardiac rupture because of bombings. The situation is critical, people are on the verge of physical destruction,” he said.
Vardanyan called the situation a tragedy, a heavy blow to people who for decades defended their right to live on their land.
“There are currently negotiations at different levels, which have not yet led to anything. Various scenarios are being discussed, including the possibility of opening a humanitarian corridor for the delivery of food and medicine from international organizations, and the possibility of burying the dead. There are many questions.
But I'm sure this is not the end. We must do everything to live on our land. Life has not stopped, it continues. We must retain our strength to the end to fight to live on our land,” he emphasized.