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The Russian Emergencies Ministry group has been carrying out a humanitarian mission in the regions of Nagorno-Karabakh since November 16.

During this time, employees of the department, together with local authorities, identified and recorded the destruction of more than 2.6 thousand objects in 43 settlements of the region, of which about 220 are socially significant.

The assessment of the damaged buildings and structures allowed the Russian Emergencies Ministry to promptly formulate needs and dispatch three humanitarian convoys with construction materials and essential items. In total – about 352 tons. In addition, 54 wagons with humanitarian aid with a total weight of about 1200 tons were sent to Nagorno-Karabakh from 8 cities of Russia. Arrival is expected in the coming days.

The forces of the group provide assistance in the distribution and delivery of humanitarian cargo to the regions of Nagorno-Karabakh. Thanks to this, 28 social facilities and residential premises have already been restored, work continues at 147 facilities. In addition, over 2.1 thousand applications were registered for glazing and door installation, more than 180 of which were completed.

To ensure the safety of citizens of the region, pyrotechnics from the Russian Emergencies Ministry are working. Humanitarian demining in Stepanakert and its environs was carried out on an area of ​​more than 30 hectares, where over 2 thousand explosive objects were found.

During this period, medical workers of the Russian Emergencies Ministry group provided assistance to 80 local residents. The psychologists of the department helped 48 citizens during the field receptions.

Rescuers carry out preventive work with schoolchildren – safety lessons were held in 14 schools in Stepanakert and the surrounding area, in which over a thousand schoolchildren took part.

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