Three of the 24 Armenian citizens who remained in Upper Lars from August 31 are returning to Yerevan today by charter flight.
In a conversation with "Lurer", the customs attaché of the Armenian Embassy in Russia Aram Tananyan said that the cost of the air ticket was covered by the Consul General, taking into account the disability of one of them.
Instead, the fate of the other 21, who have been living for 6 days, 10 km away from the customs point, in the area of a gas station, remains uncertain. They are with 12 cars, mainly with families, among which there are also 2 minors, one of the people in Lars told "Lurer".
The consulate suggested them to buy a plane ticket with its own means, and to send the items separately by trucks. They promised to help with the reservation, but, according to the citizen, none of those at the border has financial means. He says they reached Lars because they had heard that the Russian-Georgian border was opening.
By Anush Muradyan