Armenia Receives Remains of Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict Victims for Identification

On September 26, Armenia received the remains of 125 individuals who lost their lives during the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, as announced by Armenian Health Minister Anahit Avanesyan during a press conference. These remains have been transported to the Forensic Expertise Center in Armenia, marking a significant step towards the identification process.

It’s worth noting that this transfer specifically includes the bodies of those who perished in military operations. The bodies and remains of individuals affected by the tragic explosion of a fuel warehouse in the Askeran region on September 25 are scheduled for transfer in the upcoming days.

Concurrently, the Investigative Committee of Artsakh has reached out to the relatives of those who tragically died during military operations on September 19-20. Their appeal aims to facilitate the identification of individuals who lost their lives in the fuel warehouse explosion. To achieve accurate identification, the committee has requested that relatives present themselves for DNA examinations in Armenia, a crucial step in providing closure to the affected families.

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