The Russian peacekeeping forces are monitoring the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh around the clock. The ceasefire is maintained along the entire line of contact. Peacekeeping engineers continue to reinforce checkpoints with gabions.
Mobile video broadcasting systems are available at all observation points to obtain objective information about the situation. The situation in the areas of Lachin corridor, Tegh and Martakert settlements, is also monitored by Orlan-10 drones.
Russian peacekeepers ensure the safe return of civilians to their homes, provide humanitarian assistance and restore civilian and engineering infrastructure. Civilians are returning to Nagorno Karabakh from Armenia. Another 1479 people returned to their former settlements in one day. The safe return of more than 28,000 refugees has already been ensured during the peacekeeping operation.
Russian peacekeepers continue to clear the Nagorno-Karabakh region of explosive devices. In one day, more than 6 hectares, 2 km of road were cleared, 18 explosive devices were found and destroyed.
In total, engineering units in Nagorno-Karabakh cleared more than 45 hectares of land, more than 14 km of roads, found and neutralized more than 1,120 explosive objects.
With the help of Russian peacekeepers, work is underway to restore vital engineering communications in war-torn areas. In one day, more than 2,000 meters of power lines, 7 transmission towers, 1,600 meters of gas pipelines, 1200 meters communication line and one transformer substation were restored.
The mobile brigade of the military hospital of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation conducted consultations and provided specialized medical assistance to 48 residents, including 12 children in Khanapat settlement.
The second military hospital continues to be located in Martakert. The bodies of the victims are being searched and exchanged under the coordination of the Russian peacekeeping forces and the ICRC.