It has not yet been possible to reach an agreement on transporting the goods to Nagorno-Karabakh. Vardan Sargsyan, representative of the humanitarian crisis management working group in Nagorno-Karabakh, spoke about the situation created in the border area of Kornidzor during an interview with ‘Lurer’'s correspondent.
“We are receiving extremely worrying information from Karabakh, which prove that there is an almost paralyzed situation in almost all spheres of life.
Healthcare, education system, agriculture, transport, energy, water supply are serious problems in almost all directions,” said Vardan Sargsyan, adding that indifference in such a situation is unacceptable, and the necessary steps become more urgent.
“There are reports of widespread malnutrition, which has also already led to irreversible consequences. All this emphasizes once again that active and clear steps are necessary,” he said.
It is the 17th day since the humanitarian aid to be sent from Armenia to Nagorno-Karabakh is in the border area of Kornidzor. On August 9, a car loaded with humanitarian aid from French cities also arrived in Kornidzor, and now 22 trucks are waiting to enter Nagorno-Karabakh near the border to prevent a humanitarian disaster.