54 more families return to Karabakh

54 more families return to Karabakh

PanARMENIAN.Net - 54 more families (271 people) have returned to Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), the Operative Headquarters of Artsakh in Armenia reports.

According to information provided by the Headquarters, nine familiarization trips were arranged for a total of 56 families to help them resettle in Karabakh.

The Artsakh authorities revealed that six more families will move back to Karabakh in the near future.

Karabakh Minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Housing Mane Tandilyan said in February that some 40,000 people still lived in Armenia after the completion of hostilities.

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