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If there is no school, kindergarten, hot water, living conditions in the village, why don't people move?

Axar.az reports that Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said these words while talking about the emptying of villages in his country at a meeting with schoolchildren.

"Our problem is that life in the village is thought to be a poor life, so one goes to the city to live well. Villages without irrigation water cannot be emptied. If there is peace, there will be a large influx of tourists to the village.

People living in the border regions ask me if there is any hope that delimitation will be done for them as well. My three-day visit to Zangezur was a great event in terms of exposing political lies. Delimitation is presented as a disaster, while people want it," he said.

2024.06.18 / 18:10
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