During the last three days, more than 2,500 people forcibly displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh were provided with accommodation in Armenia. Deputy Armenian Prime Minister Tigran Khachatryan, who coordinates the work of the Humanitarian Center of the Government, told reporters at a press conference.
He said that about 1,000 of them settled in Syunik province, 500 in Vayk, and another 500 in Gegharkunik province.
"Currently, the accommodation of the remaining part in guest houses and hotels of Tavush province is underway," he said.
Tigran Khachatryan said that the people arriving in Goris are also provided with necessities and food, but considering the large flow of people, this process is quite complicated.
The Deputy Prime Minister also informed that the government would not finish its work with forcibly displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh only by providing accommodation to people. In the future, social programs will be implemented so that the RA government will compensate them for their apartment rents to some extent, as well as provide financial support to cover their primary needs, etc.