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Red Cross Vehicles Transport 9 Wounded from Besieged Martuni to Stepanakert in Artsakh


Red Cross Vehicles Transport 9 Wounded from Besieged Martuni to Stepanakert in Artsakh

In response to the urgent medical needs of the besieged city of Martuni of Artsakh, Red Cross vehicles were dispatched on Tuesday, transporting nine wounded individuals who had been unable to reach the safety of Stepanakert in recent days. This humanitarian effort comes amid escalating military attacks by Azerbaijan on the innocent civilians of Artsakh.



Residents of Martuni have been enduring a siege as a result of a large-scale attack launched by Azerbaijan on Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) just days ago. The attack, which began on Tuesday, has resulted in the tragic loss of more than 200 lives and left over 400 people wounded. In a controversial move, Azerbaijani authorities have characterized their actions as "local anti-terrorist measures" aimed at destroying what they claim to be militant targets within Nagorno-Karabakh.


The Red Cross's intervention was crucial in light of the deteriorating situation. A resident of Martuni, speaking to Radio Azatutyun, disclosed that the Red Cross vehicles became a lifeline for nine wounded individuals who had been unable to receive medical treatment due to the ongoing hostilities.



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