MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Units of the Russian peacekeeping contingent continue to carry out tasks to monitor compliance with the ceasefire regime on the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh.
In the northern and southern zones of responsibility, round-the-clock monitoring of the situation and control over the observance of the ceasefire by Russian peacekeepers is carried out at 23 observation posts.
With the assistance of the Interdepartmental Center for Humanitarian Response in the city of Stepanakert, they began to restore a peaceful life.
The city continues to restore the organization of traffic, electricity and water supply to social facilities of civil infrastructure and residential buildings. Shops and hairdressing salons were opened, public transport in the city and communication with remote settlements were established.
The city bakery has resumed production of bakery products at full capacity. Today the city of Stepanakert does not experience interruptions in the supply of flour and other food products. The tortillas are baked in a few minutes. Delivery of bread to the nearest settlements has been organized.
To control the ceasefire and hostilities, a peacekeeping contingent of the Russian Federation is deployed in the zone of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in the amount of 1960 military personnel, 90 armored personnel carriers, 380 units of automobile and special equipment.
In order to facilitate the solution of humanitarian issues and the restoration of civil infrastructure in Nagorno-Karabakh in the city of Stepanakert, under the leadership of the Russian Ministry of Defense, the formation of an Interdepartmental Center for Humanitarian Response is continuing.
On November 19, the National Center for Defense Management of the Russian Federation reported that five additional centers were formed as part of the Interdepartmental Center for Humanitarian Response: Center for Humanitarian Demining; Center for Reconciliation of Warring Parties; Transport Support Center; Center for Medical Support and Center for Trade and Consumer Support.
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