Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan will establish a town in the Artsakh liberated lands
Today the representative of the chairmanship of Armenian refugees from the Azerbaijani SSR Mariam Avagyan informed the journalists during the press conference that they have planned to establish a new town in the Artsakh liberated lands, in Kovsakan. The new town will be named Bagaran. “We are the complete masters of the liberated lands”, she underlined.
“The initial results are very positive and we hope that the town will be more beautiful than Baku is and we will have opportunity to restore Armenian Community there. We hope that it will be free economical zone and it will be the symbol of peace which is the most important”, M. Avagyan noted and added that they are trying to cooperate with the NGOs and with the local authorities for establishing the town.
According to the speaker the plan of the town already exists. Bagaran will be ecologically clean, youth town and will be intended for 100.000 residents.
M. Avagyan informed that rich Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan will give the most part of the money. According to her the town will cost “one Northern Avenue”.
The speaker underlined that the place of work will be the main issue for the future town. She also rated the importance of relations with neighbors.
Another speaker of the press-conference Eduard Polatov underlined in his turn that the town will be established now only for the Armenian refugees from Azerbaijan but also for their generations. “We do not consider that 100.000 people will come and live in the city at once but not so many people lived in Yerevan at first. We just want to make a base”.