"Every third of those forcibly displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh is a child." Andreasyan (VIDEO)
Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Armenia Zhanna Andreasyan has reported that there will be no documentary obstacles for the forcibly displaced children from Nagorno-Karabakh to apply for schools in the Republic of Armenia.
"The children will be admitted to school without any documents," she said. According to Andreasyan, "As of now, we already have around 100 citizens applying to schools."
According to the minister, this proves that citizens apply to school when they already have a certain clarity about their primary needs. "The number of children is huge; we can say that every third of those forcibly displaced from Nagorno-Karabakh is a child. Which means we will have a lot to do in schools," she said.
The US ambassador handed over the aid intended for forcibly displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh to the Governor of LoriToday, 10:10
Ambassador Kvien met with Lori region Governor Aram Khachatryan to assist displaced people from Nagorno-Karabakh who have taken refuge in Vanadzor and surrounding communities.
Precipitation and fog are expected, and the air temperature will dropToday, 9:00
The wind is southwest, 2-5 m/s. In the afternoon of December 6, the air temperature will drop by 3-4 degrees, and in Lori, Tavush, and Syunik, it will drop by 8-10 degrees.
Criminal proceedings have been initiated regarding the death of a serviceman from an enemy sniper's shotYesterday, 11:56
On December 4, 2023, a report was received from the military police of the RA Defense Ministry that on the same day, around 2:35 p.m., serviceman Gerasim Arakelyan received an indirect bullet wound from an enemy sniper while performing engineering work in the combat position of the N military unit of the RA Defense Ministry.
Between a dead end and hope. What is happening in Ukraine?
Time to fly away from politics