The arrival of the UN mission to Artsakh is already belated, much in the same way as visits of all other humanitarian organizations, it is just a formality, Hunan Tadevosyan, head of the information and public relations department of the Artsakh State Emergency Service, told NEWS.am.
"I have done volunteer work, all those people in the basements, even those with mental illnesses who do not realize what was happening, I personally put them on a bus, we took them out of Stepanakert” he said.
“There was information on social networks that a mother with seven children were left, and a couple, we went around the whole city again, but we didn't find anyone. There is no main population left in Stepanakert, if there are, there are people who can be counted on the fingers. According to my information, former presidents and political leadership are still in Artsakh," he said.
It comes after the UN mission, accompanied by Azerbaijan, entered the depopulated Artsakh this morning.
More than 100,000 people left their homes in Nagorno-Karabakh and fled to Armenia after Azerbaijan’s September 19 military aggression against Karabakh.
The President of Artsakh signed a decree by which the Republic of Artsakh is dissolved from January 1.