After six weeks of violence, the weapons have fallen silent within the Nagorno-Karabakh area.
However for a lot of, the fear and nervousness stay.
Varduhi Avetyan remains to be ready for information from her son who joined the preventing greater than a month in the past.
She says she’s written letters to Armenian authorities – together with the prime minister – however remains to be ready for a solution.
“I don’t know what to say to his two daughters who hold asking the place is my father, isn’t he going to come back again? I don’t know what to reply,” she tells Euronews.
Underneath a latest ceasefire deal, Azerbaijan regains management of a sizeable portion of territory that was already Azeri underneath worldwide regulation. And Armenia will get to maintain a diminished portion of the Nagorno-Karabakh.
The previous Soviet states of Azerbaijan and Armenia fought a bloody battle over the mountainous area of Nagorno-Karabakh within the early 1990s.
Hundreds had been killed on either side. A whole bunch of 1000’s of individuals had been displaced.
The battle ended with a truce in 1994 however violence flared up once more in latest months, which resulted in a whole lot, if not 1000’s, of deaths.
Watch Anelise Borge’s report from the area within the video participant, above.