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Nearly 2,4000 people looking for their missing relatives apply for help in Karabakh

7-02-2021, 13:16 Region » Karabakh
Nearly 2,4000 people looking for their missing relatives apply for help in Karabakh


7 February 2021, 13:16 - NovostiNK
A reception center in Stepanakert continues to work, where a hotline has been organized to collect information about the missing participants in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the Russian defense ministry reported.

The search for them is carried out by the Russian peacekeeping contingent in cooperation with representatives of the International Committee of the Red Cross, the Azerbaijani and Armenian sides. All requests are recorded, entered into the database, and transferred to joint search groups.

In total, more than 2,392 people turned to the reception center for help, including 584 - by calling the hotline.



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