Resettlement convoy seen off to Zabukh reaches Azerbaijan's Lachin, house keys were presented-UPDATED-1-VIDEO

Resettlement convoy seen off to Zabukh reaches Azerbaijan
# 16 November 2023 16:42 (UTC +04:00)

The next resettlement convoy which set off from Baku to Azerbaijan's Zabukh has arrived in Lachin, APA reports.

The residents were presented with house keys.

The next resettlement convoy consisted of families temporarily settled in dormitories, sanatoriums, pioneer camps, unfinished buildings and administrative buildings in Absherov district, Baku and Sumgayit cities.

The resettlement convoy was seen off from the "Gobu Park 3" residential complex in the Garadagh district of Baku.

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In accordance with the instruction of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, the return of former internally displaced persons to the Zabukh village of Lachin city, APA reports.

On November 16, the next resettlement convoy consisting of families temporarily settled in dormitories, sanatoriums, pioneer camps, unfinished buildings and administrative buildings in Baku and Sumgayit cities set off from the "Gobu Park 3" residential complex in the Garadagh district of Baku.

At this stage, 25 families, totaling 94 individuals, have been relocated to the Zabukh village.

Due to the Victory achieved by the victorious Azerbaijani army under the leadership of the President, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief Ilham Aliyev, after 30 years, the opportunity for the voluntary, safe, and dignified return of internally displaced persons to their native lands has been created. The residents of the increasingly beautiful and flourishing Lachin city express their gratitude to President Ilham Aliyev and First Vice President Mehriban Aliyeva for the comprehensive state care they receive.

A total of 46 families (188 people) have been resettled in the Zabukh village so far.

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Today, the next relocation to Zabukh village of Lachin district is underway, APA reports.

Another 25 families (94 people) are being relocated to Zabukh.

Thus, a total of 46 families (288 people) will be relocated to Zabukh.

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