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МЫ ЖИВЕМ, МЫ ЕСТЬ , МЫ ПОБЕДИМ

The war is ranging. The breath of war is hardly felt in Yerevan. Life goes on as normal though the Artsakh front is in the center of everyone’s attention, and the political processes developing around it. Everyone is busy with their work, following the news in parallel, and then discussing the events at an almost “expert” level. As soon as we find out about our departure to Artsakh, acquaintances and strangers express their support.

МОЙ ДРУГ - “ГЕРОЙ АРЦАХА”

Davit Grigoryan, a soldier of the Armenian Army, destroyed 15 enemy tanks while repelling the Turkish-Azerbaijani terrorist attack, which entered our land. Naturally, I first wanted to talk to the hero’s mother, Mrs. Susanna. But he said that his best friend, Sargis Hakobyan, would tell the best about Davit , because Sargis and Davit have been friends since the day he was born. They played together in the yard, went to kindergarten together, studied in the same class, were together during the military service.

РЕБЯТА, ДЕРЖИТЕСЬ, СКОРО БУДЕМ

These days, our servicemen and contract soldiers, who were wounded during the war, receive care and love by civilian medical institutions as well. We visited our wounded soldiers treated at Erebuni Medical Center and talked to some of them.

WE CONDEMN: "HOW ARE YOU GOING TO WIN A PEOPLE THAT LOVES THE HOMELAND MORE THAN LIFE?"

Anyone who has been in Artsakh, anyone who has seen the nature of Artsakh, the people of Artsakh, heard their dialect, will understand that the three are inextricably intertwined. No one can separate them. They are incredibly old, incredibly vibrant and, incredibly monolithic. The land of Artsakh, the mountains of Artsakh will not tolerate foreigners. […]

"CURE US AS QUICKLY AS YOU CAN BECAUSE WE SHOULD GO BACK"

Col Hrayr Achemyan, Head of the Central Clinical Military Hospital’s Neurosurgery Department

WHEN THE NATION BECOMES AN ARMY, IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BRING HIM TO KNEES

There is a large influx of people in the country who want to enlist in the military. Before the official mobilization was announced, many people had already gathered at the military commissariats, ready to go to the front line.

... ALSO FOR WORLD PEACE

We are in the Central Military Recruiting Center, where, following the message of the Armenian prime minister, we see growing flow of young people who have expressed their readiness to go to the front and have been demobilized from compulsory military service during the last year.