People of Artsakh are being held hostage by Azerbaijani dictator Aliyev for
UN international court of justice order to unblock Artsakh has not been implemented.
Urgent Appeal for Action
Since 12 December 2022, Azerbaijan has imposed a blockade on the only road, a lifeline, between Armenia and Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) through the Lachin Corridor, isolating 120,000 Armenians living in Artsakh and causing a dire humanitarian emergency. The Lachin Corridor, a span of 5 Km, separates Artsakh from the Republic of Armenia. For 4 months, people are deprived of essential life supplies, such as medicine, food, electricity and gas.
Humanitarian Crisis Unfolding
Data from Artsakh Info Center
in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh)
the private sector
economy (50% of GDP loss)
Feb 09, 2023
Blockade of Lachin corridor putting thousands of lives in peril must be immediately lifted
The road, which connects Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia, has been inaccessible to all civilian and commercial traffic since 12 December 2022. The situation has left 120,000 ethnic Armenian residents in Nagorno-Karabakh without access to essential goods and services, including life-saving medication and health care.
Nov 22, 2022
Azerbaijan's Russian gas deal raises uncomfortable questions for Europe
A highly touted deal between Baku and Brussels was meant to wean Europe off Russian gas. But is Azerbaijan now importing Russian gas itself in order to meet its obligations to Europe?
Jun 09, 2023
The Sumgait pogrom targeted the Armenian population of the seaside town of Sumgait in the Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic in late February 1988. The pogrom took place during the early stages of the Karabakh movement. On February 27, 1988, mobs of ethnic Azerbaijanis formed into groups and attacked and killed Armenians on the streets and in their apartments; widespread looting and a general lack of concern from police officers allowed the violence to continue for three days.