Russia sends warm blankets as humanitarian aid to Karabakh

Russia sends warm blankets as humanitarian aid to Karabakh

The Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations has transferred another batch of humanitarian aid to Nagorno-Karabakh before the cold weather begins, the ministry said in a statement.

"There are more than 3,000 warm blankets in the cargo. At present, the cargo has been sent to the humanitarian aid distribution point located in Khankendi, and in the near future it will be delivered to the residents of the city," RIA Novosti cited the statement as saying.

It is reported that about 8 tons of construction material were delivered to Karabakh.

The Karabakh war ended on the night of November 9-10, 2020 with the victory of Azerbaijan. During the hostilities from September 27 to November 9, the Azerbaijani army liberated the Fizuli, Jebrail, Zangilan and Gubadli districts, parts of the Terter, Khojavend, Khojaly and Shusha districts, including the heart of Azerbaijani culture - the city of Shusha from the occupation forces of the Armenian Armed Forces. From November 10 to 30, the Armenian troops were withdrawn from the Aghdam, Kalbajar and Lachin regions. The territorial integrity of Azerbaijan was restored on December 1.