Armenian Refugees From Azerbaijan Intend To Found A New Town In Karabakh - Bagaran
arminfo Thursday, November 17, 18:32
Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan intend to found a new town in the Nagorno Karabakh Republic - Bagaran.
Andreas Ghukasyan, the lawyer of the Assembly of Armenian Refugees from Azerbaijan said in a press conference in Yerevan on Thursday that refugees need a town, while rural restoration and settlement is in the focus of attention of the NKR authorities. He said the Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan have all the legal grounds to settle in the territory of Karabakh.
According to the project, Ghukasyan said, the town will be built on the funds of the refugees and will be designed for around 10,000 residents with at least 2,000 jobs. Ghukasyan said that around 3,5 bln dollars will be required at the first five years of construction.
According to the project, the town will be founded 30km from the Iranian border, near Qubatlu.
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