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Artsakh Citizens Seek Aid & Transportation to Flee Due to Azeri Aggression, Reveals ICRC Video


Artsakh Citizens Left Seek Aid & Transportation to Flee Due to Azeri Aggression, Reveals ICRC Video

In a chilling revelation, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has released a video shedding light on the dire circumstances faced by the remaining residents of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) who were ethnically cleansed by the Azerbaijani regime.


The footage illustrates the exhaustive efforts undertaken to locate the few individuals left in the war-torn region that just saw a forced mass exodus from their indigenous homeland, underscoring the pressing humanitarian crisis unfolding amidst the ruins. The ICRC's video exposes the heart-wrenching reality that a small number of people continue to inhabit their homes, some out of choice, but many due to their inability to leave. The search operations have led to the discovery of new individuals, each representing a story of survival amidst adversity.


According to the ICRC, these residents are facing dire conditions. Many require urgent medical attention, while others are desperately in need of basic necessities such as food and water. In this time of crisis, some are reaching out for assistance to contact their relatives or to secure transportation that could potentially be their lifeline out of the Azerbaijani danger zone.


The abandoned streets of Nagorno-Karabakh now bear witness to the remnants of normalcy—a haunting reminder of the Armenian lives that were once lived there. Houses, shops, and offices stand deserted, while a multitude of dogs and cats roam the desolate streets, mirroring the ethnic cleansing, mass exodus, forced displacement and abandonment experienced by their human counterparts.


The ICRC's efforts to highlight these distressing circumstances serve as a clarion call to the international community. Urgent humanitarian aid and assistance are imperative to alleviate the suffering of the remaining residents in Nagorno-Karabakh.

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