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ORDER OF "BATTLE CROSS" OF 2ND LEVEL – TO THE SOLDIER

On April 30, RA Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan, by the decree of the President of Armenia, presented the conscript, ordinary Harutyun Badalyan Order of “Battle Cross” of 2nd level for the exceptional courage, dedication and skill in defending the homeland and ensuring security.

ANOTHER BUBBLE OF THE AZERBAIJANI FALSE PROPAGANDA BURST

As you know, the Azerbaijani attack on Karabakh, the new escalation of the war and the war crimes of the Azerbaijani Army were the main topics of the world’s media, more than 100 representatives of which are in Artsakh and spread operational information from the front.

KHACHIK, HRAYR, SHANT

We are again in the ward number 5 of the military hospital, where Davit, Arman, Eric, Narek and Khachik are getting treatment. Khachik’s hand is injured.

LIFT TO CLIMB UP

On April 24, Yerevan hosted the international prize “Aurora”. This is a global humanitarian award, which is awarded to those who, risking their own lives, enable people to survive, to live peacefully and to create. The award is given on behalf of the survivors of the Armenian Genocide and in gratitude to those who extended a helping hand to the Armenian people.

THE UNIT OF BRAVE

Gurgen Hovhannisyan, senior sergeant of the Armenian army. This name has become synonymous with life across the border. Experienced soldiers characterize him briefly: a conscript with independence of a general.

IT IS A WAR CRIME

During the four-day Artsakh war, the Azerbaijani armed forces carried out a series of actions that qualify as a war crime under international humanitarian law. And now the authorities of the Republic of Armenia and NKR, cooperating with international organizations, are collecting evidence of committed crimes on the basis of which criminal proceedings are starting.

ARTILLERY IN EXPERIENCED HANDS BECOME GOD OF WAR

Only holes from unexploded shells remind of the four-day war… Soon these holes will be filled up, but the courage of these guys will not be forgotten…