As of 4pm Monday, 100,520 forcibly displaced persons have arrived in Armenia from Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), and 21,107 vehicles from Nagorno-Karabakh have crossed the Hakari bridge to Armenia. Nazeli Baghdasaryan, the spokesperson of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, announced this during a press briefing Monday.
"The indicator has not changed much since the previous evening, which means that the main human flow [from Artsakh to Armenia] has stopped and mainly the [Artsakh] officials, a smaller mass of the population have remained in Nagorno-Karabakh," she added.
A total of 89,167 forcibly displaced persons from Artsakh have been registered in Armenia.
And about 54 percent, or 53,935 persons forcibly displaced from Artsakh have made use of the accommodations provided by the Armenian state.
And the respective indicators in Armenia’s provinces are as follows: Aragatsotn: 2,454, Ararat: 13,050, Armavir: 5,186, Gegharkunik: 4,337, Lori: 3,263, Kotayk: 13,297, Shirak: 2,558, Syunik: 5,089, Vayots Dzor: 2,134, Tavush: 2,567