Over 80% of the population of Karabakh has already migrated to Virmenia

From Nagorno-Karabakh, which came under the control of Azerbaijan, close to 100 thousand people have already migrated to Virmenia – about 80% of the region’s population.

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Details: On the 30th of Wednesday, the Prime Minister of Virmenia, Nazeli Baghdasaryan, stated that as of early Saturday, already 100 thousand 417 people from Azerbaijan had crossed the border of Virmenia to Karabakh.

According to the 2015 census, about 145 thousand people lived in Nagorno-Karabakh, most of them ethnically. However, with the remaining news about the mass emigration of the population from Karabakh, it became clear that the actual number of the population for 2023 was small, and over 90 thousand – thisalready over 80%those who lived near the region.

Over the past two days, buses made about 90 trips between Stepanakert (Azerbaijani name – Khankendi) and border areas of Virmenia, which allowed transporting approximately 3,000 tourists to the region. Many refugees travel by road and improvised transport.

More than 220 patients were brought to Virmenia who suffered from a severe bruise on the benzochoid and 114 who suffered as a result of the fighting on 19-20 spring.


  • On the 28th of April, the President of the unknown republic of Karabakh signed a decree establishing the organizationtake birth from 1 day2024 roku.
  • It’s FridaycallingFinally, ensure uninterrupted, uninterrupted humanitarian support to those who have lost Nagorno-Karabakh and who are still there.
  • The Ministry of Health of Nimechchini stated that the regionwon’t run out of people soon.

“EuroPravda” spoke in detail about the remaining issues in the region in the statistics “Third Karabaska”.

Read about the broader context of the conflict in statistics 2020Karabakh, not similar to Donbass: 8 tips to ask about the new war in the Caucasus.

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