Part of the Armenian Shurnukh Village Will be Ceded to Azerbaijan, Worrying its Residents

It’s been several days that the residents of the Shurnukh village are worried about their fate. Part of the Armenian village that borders Azerbaijan might be handed over to the adversary.

According to the trilateral agreement signed between Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Russia after 44 days of the war in Karabakh, the Zangilan region was transferred to Azerbaijan on November 9. It borders the Syunik region of Armenia and is now in the process of new demarcations, reviving the former administrative borders of the Soviet era.