In Armenia, hope of return for refugees from Nagorno-Karabakh | EUROtoday

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Lhe two toddlers aged 7 and 5 are screaming, rolling within the grass, bickering. Suddenly, the oldest grabs his little brother and traps him behind his plastic automotive. He sits down, grabs the steering wheel and propels his car with a single kick: “Hold on, we’re going back to Chouchi,” he says. Their aunt Christine, 42, seems at them sadly. She additionally desires of returning to Shushi, her hometown, a historic metropolis in Nagorno-Karabakh.

She might have determined to settle in Yerevan, the Armenian capital, however she selected Tegh, a village of two,000 inhabitants, within the Syunik area. “Here I can feel my land and be the first to return there as soon as possible,” she says. Tegh is situated just a few hundred meters from the Nagorno-Karabakh border. This has been the case since…