6:56 am - Monday November 20, 2017

Consenquences of Armenian ocuppation in figures

Refugees and internally displaced persons in Azerbaijan
Refugees from Armenia – 250.000
Internally displaced persons from the occupied territories of Azerbaijan – 760.000
Total – 1 010.000

 

The Armed Forces of Armenia deployed in the occupied territories of Azerbaijan
Tanks – 316
ACV – 324
Artillery – 322
Personnel – 50.000

 

Temporary refugee settlements
Tent camps
Borders of former NKAO
Road Gorus-Lachin-Shusha-Khankendi

 

The occupied territories of Azerbaijan
The Nagorny Karabakh area
Territory – 4 388 sq.km
Population (1989) – 189.085
Armenians – 145.450 (76,9%)
Azerbaijanis – 40.688 (21,5%)
Russians – 1922 (1%)
Others – 1025 (0,6%)

 

Shusha region
Territory – 381 sq.km
Population – 20.579
Azerbaijanis – 19.036 (92,5%)
Armenians – 1.377 (6,7%)
Occupied – May 8, 1992

 

The regions outside the Nagorny Karabakh area
Occupied
Lachin region – May 18, 1992
Kelbajar region – April 2, 1993
Aghdam region – July 23, 1993
Fizuli region – August 23, 1993
Jabrayil region – August 26, 1993
Gubadly region – August 31, 1993
Zangilan region – October 28, 1993

 

Victims of aggression
Killed – 20.000
Disabled – 50.000

Destructions caused by the aggression of Armenia against Azerbaijan
Settlements – 890
Houses – 150.000
Public Buildings – 7.000
Schools – 693
Kindergartens – 855
Health Care Facilities – 695
Libraries – 927
Temples – 44
Mosques – 9
Historical Palaces – 9
Historical Monuments and Museums – 464
Museum Exhibits – 40.000
Industrial and Agricultural Enterprises – 6.000
Motor Ways – 800 km
Bridges – 160
Water Pipelines – 2.300 km
Gas Pipelines – 2.000 km
Electricity Lines – 15.000 km
Forests – 280.000 ha
Sowing Area – 1.000.000 ha
Irrigation Systems – 1.200 km

 

The total damage is estimated as exceeding 60 billions US $

Filed in: Occupied Territories

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