Census, registration and needs assessment of citizens is done in the same 24-hour mode and all relevant authorities are involved in this process. Vardan Sargsyan, representative of the humanitarian crisis management working group in Nagorno-Karabakh, said this in a conversation with 'Lurer's' reporter.
According to him, the flow of forcibly displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh has significantly decreased in Goris, especially taking into account the fact that about 3 thousand people arrived from Stepanakert at night with about 90 buses provided by Armenia's government.
"All the departments involved in this process continue their work, the placement of people in Goris and Vayk continues, a large amount of work is being done, taking into account the flow of such a large volume," said Sargsyan, emphasizing the great work done by volunteers.
According to him, about 82,000 people forcibly displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh have been registered, and those who have not managed to register immediately, can apply to 64 regional humanitarian centers operating in enlarged communities, be registered and receive appropriate support.