France launches program to help Armenians who suffered in Karabakh

By | November 22, 2020
This has been reported to the media with reference to the official representative of the French Foreign Ministry.

The French authorities have launched a program to provide broad assistance to Armenians who suffered as a result of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. This has been reported to the media with reference to the official representative of the French Foreign Ministry.

“By order of French President Emmanuel Macron and French Minister for European and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian, France is beginning to implement structured efforts aimed at providing assistance to the Armenian population affected by the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh,” the Foreign Ministry said.

It is noted that the French side will organize several flights. Besides, Paris will strengthen hospital cooperation between the two countries. It will also provide “support to those projects in Armenia that are implemented by humanitarian organizations and UN agencies.

Earlier, the heads of Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan adopted a joint declaration on a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh from November 10. Russian peacekeepers have been sent to the Karabakh region. On November 16, refugees who had left their homes after the beginning of hostilities began to return to Karabakh.