Decree signing end of so-called Nagorno-Karabakh regime

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Samvel Shahmaranyan, the leader of the Nagorno-Karabakh regime established on paper by separatist Armenians in Karabakh and not recognized by any country in the world, signed the decree stipulating that the existence of the 'so-called republic' will end as of January 1, 2024. The decree orders the liquidation of all so-called institutions before the beginning of the year.

Decree signing end of so-called Nagorno-Karabakh regime

Following the anti-terrorist operation that Azerbaijan launched in Karabakh on September 19 and achieved victory in one day, the separatist Armenians who have occupied Karabakh for more than 30 years are leaving the region.

While Azerbaijani flags were planted in every corner of Karabakh after the victory, the last move of the so-called leader of the separatist Armenians became an agenda.

Samvel Shahmaranyan, the leader of the so-called Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, which was declared on September 2, 1991, after the occupation of Karabakh, established on paper and not recognized by any country, signed the decree stipulating the end of their existence as of January 1, 2024.

The decree orders the liquidation of all so-called organizations before Christmas.

OVER 65 THOUSAND RESİDENTS TRAVELLED TO ARMENIA

According to the latest data shared by the Armenian government this morning, 65 thousand 36 people have crossed into Armenian territory so far. It is stated that approximately 120 thousand Armenian citizens live in the region.

Thus, more than half of the Armenian residents of Nagorno-Karabakh have moved to Armenia.

VARDANYAN CAPTURED

Russian-Armenian billionaire Ruben Vardanyan, the former leader of the internationally unrecognized separatist government in Nagorno-Karabakh, was captured by Azerbaijani forces while trying to cross into Armenia.

His wife Veronika Zonabend announced the detention of billionaire banker Ruben Vardanyan, who headed the separatist Artsakh Republic between November 2022 and February 2023.

Making a statement on Telegram, Zonabend said that her husband was detained yesterday while trying to cross into Armenia with other Armenians in Karabakh.

Source: Newsroom

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