Good news from Artsakh
A few minutes ago, electricity supply was restored in Stepanakert. This was reported by Artak Beglaryan.
“This is an important step to alleviate people’s suffering.
The city was without electricity since September 19,” Beglaryan wrote.
Political scientist Movses Harutyunyan shared the video on his Facebook page and wrote: “A new group of miracles has arrived.”
As of 22:00, 1050 people entered Armenia from Nagorno-Karabakh. Census data for 770 of them has been summarized and needs assessment for 280 is in the process of identification. This is reported by the RA government.
Of the 770 registered, 410 wanted to go to places of residence of their own choosing, and 360 were allocated to government-proposed accommodation (some are still being placed). Counting for support needs is ongoing.
The metro reports that the technical inspection of the trains has been partially completed. “Therefore this year On September 25, from 7:00 a.m., the Yerevan Metro named after Karen Demirchyan will resume its work,” the announcement states.