On the territory of the fuel warehouse there is a huge line of people waiting to refuel their cars to leave Karabakh.
On the evening of September 26, the remains of 125 people who died in the explosion of a fuel tank in Nagorno-Karabakh were delivered to Armenia. ArmenPress reports this in connection with the Minister of Health of Armenia Anahit Avanesyan.
“Currently, we have solved the issue of the transfer of remains… Today, 125 remains have been transferred to the forensic centers of Armenia,” she noted.
The identification process is expected to begin soon.
Additionally, 290 victims of the explosion were taken to medical centers and medical posts.
We remind you that on the night of September 26, a strong explosion occurred and a fire broke out in the territory of a fuel warehouse near the Stepanakert (Khankendi) – Askeran highway. At that moment there were many people at the gas station hoping to refuel to leave Nagorno-Karabakh.
As you know, Azerbaijan announced the completion of its operation in Karabakh on September 20. Baku promised to provide an exit from the region for Armenians who laid down their arms.
Armenians began to leave Karabakh, not wanting to stay in the region after it came under Azerbaijan’s control. More than 28 thousand internally displaced people came to Armenia from Nagorno-Karabakh.
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