Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Emergency Situations has today sent a food cargo for humanitarian purposes to meet the needs of the Armenian residents living in Azerbaijan’s Karabakh region, APA reports citing MES.
Four vehicles with 20-ton cargo, including food and sanitary products were delivered via Aghdam-Khankendi road for the local population and the vehicles returned.
The delivery of humanitarian cargo will be continued from now on.
The Ministry of Emergency Situations has delivered the food cargo to the area for humanitarian purposes to meet the needs of the Armenian residents living in the Garabagh region of Azerbaijan, APA reports.
On September 22, 2 20-ton trucks and 2 cars full of bread, containing various food products and hygiene products, were sent from Aghdam region and delivered to the aid address.
At the same time, a 1,000-seat tent was built in the area for the Armenian residents of Garabagh.