AZERBAIJAN REPUBLIC

State Comission on Prisoners of War, Hostages and Missing Persons

During the conflict, 1440 citizens were released from captivity *
Missing persons registered by the State Commission – 3874.
TO THE ATTENTION OF THE CITIZENS!!!
RESULTS OF MILITARY AGGRESSION OF REPUBLIC OF ARMENIA (OFFICIAL CHRONICLE)

THE LENGTH OF THE FRONT LINE - 246 km.

NAGORNO-KARABAKH (on 1989)

Area: 4 388 sq. km.
Population: 189 085 people,
Armenians: 145 of 450 (76.9%) people,
Azerbaijanis: 40 688 (21.5%) people,
Others: 2 947 (1.6%) people,
The length of the border: 485 km.

including: Shusha disctrict.

Area: 312 sq. km.
Population: 20 579 people,
Azerbaijanis: 19 036 (92.5%) people,
Armenians: 1 377 (6.7%) people;
Occupied: May 8, 1992.


NAGORNO KARABAKH AND ADJUSANT DISTRICS

                                      Occupied             Population (on 2015)
Lachin district             May 18, 1992                74 100 people
Kalbajar district            April 2, 1993                88 300 people
Aghdam district           July 23, 1993              191 700 people
Fizuli district           August 23, 1993              125 400 people
Jabrayil district       August 23, 1993                76 600 people
Gubadli district       August 31, 1993                38 900 people
Zangilan district    October 29, 1993                42 700 people

Note: The border with Armenia and the occupied territories and the settlements of internally displaced persons (on 2015) - 110 612 people

VICTIMS OF THE AGRESSION

Had killed: 20 000 people, 
Disabled persons: 50 000 people, 
Missing persons: 3 868 people (on 23.02.2017);

Note: During the conflict more than 6 000 Azerbaijan citizens have been captured and taken hostage.


DESTRUCTION AND DAMAGES (1988-1993)

Settlements: 900
Houses: 150 000
Public buildings: 7 000
Schools: 693
Kindergartens: 855
Hospitals and other medical institutions: 695
Libraries: 927
Temples: 44
Mosques: 9
Historical monuments, palaces and museums: 473
Museum exhibits: 40 000
Industrial and agricultural enterprise and institutions: 6 000
Roads: 2 670 km.
Bridges: 160
Water channels and pipelines: 2 300 km.
Gas lines and pipelines: 2 000 km
Electric lines: 15 000 km.
Forests: 280 000 ha.
Agricultural lands: 1000000 ha. 
Irrigation systems: 1 200 km. 

REFUGEES, DISPLACED PERSONS AND ASYLUM SEEKERS (on 2015)

Refugees from the Republic of Armenia: 350 000 people,
Refugees from occupied territories of Azerbaijan: 789 000 people,
Refugees from central Asia (Meskhetian Turks): 60 000 people,
Refugees and asylum seekers from other countries: 1 500 people, (till 2003 the number of these people were 11 000).
Total: 1 200 500 people
Refugees and displace people temporary have been inhabited on the territory of 62 districts and cities, in more than 1600 public buildings.


ARMENIAN ARMED FORCES IN THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES (on 2015)

Tank: 350 units,
Artillery: 425 units,
ACV: 398 units,
The military personnel: 45 000 people.

 

ILLEGALLY IMMIGRATED POPULATION TO THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES (on 2015)

Nagorno-Karabakh: 8 500 people, 
Lachin district: 13 000 people,
Kalbajar district: 700 people,
Jabrayil district: 280 people,
Zangilan district: 520 people,
Total: 23 000 people.

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