By Tatev Hakobyan, Piruza Khalapyan, Gayane Harutyunyan
On September 27, war broke out in Artsakh, and it continues to this day. As a result of these events, the residents of Artsakh who moved to Yerevan and other towns and villages, are hosted by families, organizations, hotels, etc.
Armenians living in Armenia and abroad, as well as many foreigners, are doing everything possible to help people affected by the war. Accommodation, clothing, food, medicine, donations. The Social Security Service of the Republic of Armenia and other structures take care of these families with the help of volunteers.
Farewell to the servicemen. Phօto by Gayane Harutyunyan
A women volunteer mobilization is being formed in the operative headquarters of the special purpose militia detachment, led by the member of OMON council, lieutenant colonel Marine Ayrumyan. All Armenian women under the age of 55 can apply with a passport to join The Women’s Volunteer Battalion. Phօto by Piruza Khalapyan
Volunteer military training at VOMA Organisation (The Art of Survival). Phօto by Tatev Hakobyan
Volunteers sorting medicines to be sent to Artsakh at VOMA. Phօto by Tatev Hakobyan.
The volunteers work in shifts. They collect and store the goods 24 hours a day, send them to the residents of Artsakh and to the Artsakh Defense Army with more than 10 vehicles a day. Phօto by Gayane Harutyunyan