The United Nations (UN) said that the UN delegation in Karabakh has not discovered any evidence of violence against the Armenian civilian population and civil infrastructure in the region was not attacked.
This was announced by the UN press secretary Stefan Duzharrick. He spoke about the visit of the UN delegation to the Karabakh region on the weekend, which took place at the invitation of the government of Azerbaijan.
The delegation tried to determine the humanitarian needs of the region, Duzharrik noted that it included representatives of the World Health Organization (WHO), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the UN Supreme Commissioner (UN UN UN) and the UN Office for Humanitarian Coordination Questions (UKGV).
Duzharrik said that the delegation conducted an inspection at the border control and access point in Lachina and in the city of Hankendi: “The delegation said that it had not discovered any evidence of violence against the Armenian civilian population and, in their opinion, civil infrastructure in the region was not attacked “.
The spokeswoman added that hospitals, schools, residential buildings, religious and cultural centers were not attacked. The Azerbaijani government initiated efforts to restore uninterrupted medical care, and also noted that agricultural land and animals were not injured.
Stefan Duzharrik said that the delegation also met with representatives of the Armenian community of the region.
Touching the importance of restoring trust in the region, the UN official emphasized that the parties should make efforts for this.