Satellite images show that Armenians continue to leave Nagorno-Karabakh en masse

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Satellite images show that Armenians continue to leave Nagorno-Karabakh en masse

After the rapid takeover of the territory of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic (NKR) by the armed forces of Azerbaijan, a mass exodus of the Armenian population from the region continues. As the former leadership of the NKR previously reported, almost all Armenians intend to leave the region. According to the latest data, more than 28 migrants have already arrived in Armenia.

The American company Maxar Technologies published satellite images yesterday showing long lines of cars heading to the borders of Armenia. Reuters clarifies that the footage was taken in the Lachin corridor - this is the road connecting Karabakh and Armenia.





At the same time, Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan, who de facto and de jure “surrendered” his fellow tribesmen in Nagorno-Karabakh, doing nothing not only to protect them, but even to ensure safe evacuation, manages to accuse Russian peacekeepers of failing to fulfill the trilateral obligations entrusted to them agreement on responsibilities to protect civilians. Those same peacekeepers who, at the cost of their lives, and there are already dead among our military personnel, are doing everything to help the Armenians leave the dangerous region.

At the same time, our military is accepting refugees at its base and delivering humanitarian aid. Nothing like this is observed from Yerevan. At the same time, it is reported that the situation in Stepanakert is tense, but no repression by the Azerbaijanis against the civilian population has been observed. Despite the insignificant supplies of food and medicine, the city continues to live a normal life.

According to Pashinyan, Russian military doctors “do nothing” to help the residents of Karabakh. Despite the fact that our doctors of the Special Purpose Medical Unit (MOSD) provide emergency assistance around the clock to dozens of victims during the explosion at the oil depot in Stepanakert, which occurred on September 25 at the time of a large concentration of Armenians fleeing the region there. The Russian military, in agreement with the Azerbaijani authorities, is transporting the patients most affected by the explosion and suffering burns by helicopter to medical facilities in Armenia. According to the ombudsman of the unrecognized NKR, 68 people became victims of the tragedy. Another 290 were injured, and the fate of 105 is unknown.



According to official Yerevan, Armenia is ready to accommodate up to 40 refugees from Karabakh on its territory in temporary camps. Despite the fact that, according to some reports, about 000 Armenians intend to leave the region.

In the West, virtually nothing is being done about the humanitarian catastrophe in Nagorno-Karabakh; individual officials and politicians in the US, EU and European countries only condemn Baku’s “aggression” and call for sanctions against Azerbaijan. Western experts admit that the return of the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijani control, carried out, in general, without violating international norms and with the consent of Yerevan, means strengthening the positions of Moscow and even Ankara in the South Caucasus to the detriment of Western influence.
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  1. +1
    27 September 2023 11: 34
    Pashinyan is already billing us for friendship retroactively, by the way.

    This is what Pashinyan said:
    “We are not in a position to throw away earth. In the near future we will send an invoice to the Russian Foreign Ministry to pay for the deployment of troops in our country. The 102nd Russian military base has been here since 1995 under friendly agreements. We have always counted on its help and interaction "But she solves her problems, and we solve ours. It seems to me that it would be correct to receive payment for the provision of our land."
    The head of Armenia also referred to the example of Kazakhstan, which takes money from Russia for renting Baikonur.

    Armenian representatives will present an invoice to Russia in the near future. Moreover, as I understand it, they are going to issue an invoice for all the years that our bases were in Armenia. That is, since 1995. For 18 years of “friendship” and in hindsight. This is reminiscent of the Poles' demand to pay for the "Soviet occupation."

    https://dzen.ru/a/ZROmyx1vxnwJ-z38

    Armenian and Russian bombers and fighters have been based in Eribuni since 1995. The 102nd military base of the Russian Armed Forces of the Order of Alexander Nevsky is located in Gyumri. S-300 complexes, Mig-29 aircraft and Mi-24P and Mi-8T helicopters are based there. The base personnel is 4 people. The town is home to military families—approximately 000 people.

    It is clear that we pay for utilities and everything else. However, we do not pay for the base itself.
    1. +2
      27 September 2023 11: 53
      Quote from Orange Bigg
      It is clear that we pay for utilities and everything else. However, we do not pay for the base itself.

      If this base had not existed, Baku would have destroyed not only the troops of Karabakh, but also Armenia as a whole.
    2. +4
      27 September 2023 11: 53
      ...It’s clear that we pay for utilities and everything else. However, we do not pay for the base itself.

      I will assume that Pashinyan is doing this not even with the goal of getting money from Russia, but to force it to withdraw military bases and curtail any presence of Russia in Armenia. In this case, the issue of Armenia’s withdrawal from the CSTO will be resolved very quickly and our bases will be replaced by US bases, for which Armenia will still pay extra to the US.
      It’s sad, of course, for Russia, but apparently this is where everything is heading.
      1. +7
        27 September 2023 11: 59
        And what good have we gotten from this Armenia? It seems to me that it’s nothing. A landlocked state, we don’t have a common border, we don’t have strategic/necessary industries, the people... well, that’s it.
        Why do we need this Armenia at all?
    3. +4
      27 September 2023 12: 38
      It has long been established that this is a fake.

      https://ura.news/news/1052689166

      The message first appeared on the “The Empire is Very Evil” telegram channel, which publishes satirical news. “Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan stated that the Russian Federation owes Armenia a large sum for stationing troops on their territory,” the post said. The news began to actively spread throughout the public. However, information that Pashinyan made such a statement did not appear in authoritative media.

      The authors of the telegram channel later admitted that this publication was a deliberate fake. “Oh, my news about Pashinyan and the bill for renting the base in Gyumri flew. Tomorrow we will harvest,” says one of the posts. “Yesterday the news about Pashinyan went well. Thanks everyone for the screenshots. Only 10 fit in. Channels have already begun to be deleted, some people apologize. But manuscripts don’t burn,” the authors added.


      Personally, I immediately had a question - Stated where? During what event? What publication was this published in?
      1. 0
        2 October 2023 11: 45
        Quote: rait
        Personally, I immediately had a question - Stated where? During what event? What publication was this published in?

        He can say whatever he wants. The location of the military base is regulated by an intergovernmental agreement. But there has been no talk of a revision yet.
  2. +1
    27 September 2023 11: 38
    Why should they condemn, Russia will help. Now they will impose sanctions on us for the humanitarian catastrophe in Armenia. Don’t go to grandpa. Grandmothers are already drawing sanctions in the West, led by Ursulka.
  3. +3
    27 September 2023 11: 48
    Armenians, reap the benefits with a spoonful for the policies of your chosen Prime Minister, Judas Pashinyan. Having surrendered Karabakh, he will surrender you without a wince.
    1. +2
      27 September 2023 12: 07
      Quote: Egorovich
      Armenians, reap the benefits with a spoonful for the policies of your chosen Prime Minister, Judas Pashinyan. Having surrendered Karabakh, he will surrender you without a wince.

      Pashinyan is the Armenian reincarnation of Saakashvili and Zelensky.
      It’s a pity, of course, for the Armenians, but it’s also a pity that the Armenians have never learned from the mistakes of others not to repeat them at home.

      An old saying is well suited to the current situation both in Nagorno-Karabakh and in Armenia - “If you choose shame between shame and war, you will receive both war and shame.”
      If a complete exodus of Armenians from Nagorno-Karabakh takes place, then the next stage will be the demand of Azerbaijan and Turkey to transfer to them part of the territory of southern Armenia without exchange or in exchange for the mountainous and uninhabited ranges of Azerbaijan.

      The Yankees skilfully and cheaply dismantled another republic of the former USSR out of chaff and the Armenians will already feel the hard way all the delights of Western flattery and lies, and the United States will not allow them to remove Pashinyan since they removed his predecessors with hooting and whistling. fool
  4. +2
    27 September 2023 11: 50
    Transit K-K, which translates as Karabakh-Krasnodar, our governor should strain himself.
  5. 0
    27 September 2023 11: 50
    Armenia is ready to accommodate up to 40 refugees from Karabakh on its territory in temporary camps. Despite the fact that, according to some reports, about 000 Armenians intend to leave the region.

    And where will the rest go to live?
    - To Russia, and you don’t need to go to a fortune teller. Pashinyan will give us those 40 later, 000%
  6. 0
    27 September 2023 11: 52
    Satellite images show that Armenians continue to leave Nagorno-Karabakh en masse
    No one can stop this outcome... and no one will strive to do so.
  7. +3
    27 September 2023 11: 57
    For those who don't know. 120 are residents of Artsakh with Armenian passports.
  8. -3
    27 September 2023 12: 03
    Why didn’t Russia make territorial claims to Karabakh? Does Russia have less rights to this land than Armenia and Azerbaijan?
    1. +2
      27 September 2023 12: 06
      Probably the Katya Ivanovs do not live in Artsakh, the Katya Ivanyans live there. Therefore, Russia does not make claims. We make claims in the territories where last names end in O.
    2. +1
      27 September 2023 12: 30
      Quote: Katya_Ivanova
      Why didn’t Russia make territorial claims to Karabakh? Does Russia have less rights to this land than Armenia and Azerbaijan?


      How can Russia make claims to the territories of Azerbaijan recognized by all countries of the world, including Russia?


      1. -1
        27 September 2023 12: 57
        Quote from Orange Bigg
        How can Russia make claims to the territories of Azerbaijan recognized by all countries of the world, including Russia?

        Easily! We have laid claim to Crimea and Donbass! What's better about Karabakh? Because from the outskirts to the Kremlin - our Russian land. And you can draw new maps. Paper will endure anything.
  9. +1
    27 September 2023 12: 12
    let Pashinyan’s head hurt about this
    1. 0
      27 September 2023 12: 40
      Quote: Vasilenko Vladimir
      let Pashinyan’s head hurt about this

      there are vague suspicions that many, through Armenia, will end up in a completely different country and will become a problem not for Pashinyan..
  10. -3
    27 September 2023 12: 19
    Quote: credo
    ...It’s clear that we pay for utilities and everything else. However, we do not pay for the base itself.

    I will assume that Pashinyan is doing this not even with the goal of getting money from Russia, but to force it to withdraw military bases and curtail any presence of Russia in Armenia. In this case, the issue of Armenia’s withdrawal from the CSTO will be resolved very quickly and our bases will be replaced by US bases, for which Armenia will still pay extra to the US.
    It’s sad, of course, for Russia, but apparently this is where everything is heading.

    Well, what's sad about that? In 1979 they said that if it weren’t for us, the Americans would have registered in Afghanistan, they later registered there, then left, and what’s the harm? The Russian Federation has Poseidon - bam and half the USA will be washed away...
  11. +1
    27 September 2023 12: 28
    Quote: Egorovich
    Armenians, reap the benefits with a spoonful for the policies of your chosen Prime Minister, Judas Pashinyan. Having surrendered Karabakh, he will surrender you without a wince.

    And he did the right thing in passing, if they had passed earlier, people would not have died in vain, it was a no-brainer that Armenia could not compete with Azerbaijan, time had passed since the first war, there was a chance to part ways peacefully. In Artsakh itself, people rather existed, paying for the lack of legal status, and if Pashinyan’s predecessors had moved forward in the negotiations, they could have wrested autonomy from Artsakh.
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  13. 0
    27 September 2023 12: 45
    It’s simple, turn off the nuclear power plant and gas... Everything will collapse in 3 days... This is called the unconditional surrender of Canadian citizen Nicolas Pashinyan. Passport here

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid02SKfZKZfCeW7uvK56Lch7Psdu6VKYeQk5Ryv6XKefqZ5KHADz7F7zqdP35qVX27TZl&id=100076698295572&sfnsn=mo&mibextid=mMAx51
  14. +1
    27 September 2023 12: 49
    Aliyev, together with the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, of course, competently carried out the operation in Nagorno-Karabakh, but it is impossible to shoot civilians and representatives of the peacekeeping contingent of the Russian Federation by Azerbaijani special forces for video recording evidence of ethnic cleansing in the villages of Nagorno-Karabakh. We know how to correct the genetic Azerbaijani memory and the Koran to help with the direction of performing nomaz. I hope the muezzin in the Blue Mosque of Istanbul did not forget in which direction to pray. By the way, Azerbaijan hasn’t been shaken for a very long time like Turkey was just recently...
  15. 0
    27 September 2023 14: 50
    Looking at the photo - in Russia someday the condom will change, but the UAZ loaf will be eternal
  16. +1
    27 September 2023 21: 16
    Today on Russian TV it was reported that 53 refugees have already arrived in Armenia...
    Western experts admit that the return of the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh to Azerbaijani control, carried out, in general, without violating international norms and with the consent of Yerevan, means strengthening the positions of Moscow and even Ankara in the South Caucasus to the detriment of Western influence.
    belay This is a plot twist, in other words, if you really want it, then the embarrassment with an elegant “hand movement” turns into a feat! winked