YEREVAN (Armradio) — As a result of search operations carried out in the Azerbajani-controlled areas of Artsakh, six conscripts, who fought heroically in obscurity for more than 70 days have returned home due to the efforts of the Artsakh Emergency Situations Service, the Russian peacekeeping mission in Artsakh and the International Committee of the Red Cross, Artsakh’s President Arayik Harutyunyan informs.

He expressed gratitude to the Russian President Vladimir Putin, thanks to whose direct efforts, intensive work continues to find the missing, and, of course, to return the bodies of the dead.

“I express my special gratitude to Rustam Muradov, the commander of the Russian peacekeeping mission in Artsakh, Arthur Baghdasaryan and Temur Arzumanyan, who accompanied the rescuers to the location and the entire staff of the State Emergency Service of Artsakh, whose heroic work I will have an opportunity to refer to,” Harutyunyan said.

Below are the names of the six soldiers:
Ayvazyan Arsen Karen
Sahakyan Davit Gegham
Nikolay Seyran Stepanyan
Arthur Garik Harutyunyan
Armaghanyan Arman Arshak
Ruslan Sargis Tumanyan

Harutyunyan together with the Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia, Tigran Avinyan, visited the six conscripts who are receiving treatment in one of the medical institutions of Stepanakert.

The President inquired about their health condition, talked to the boys who are recovering, and assured that if necessary, the state will organize their treatment in leading foreign clinics.

The doctors assured that the boys’ lives are not in danger, but they need to be under the supervision of specialists for some time.

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