Yesterday, Nagorno Karabakh’s president, Bako Sahakyan, visited a series of military installations and the official opening of a new military base. The visits took place on the northeastern and central segments of the line-of-contact that separates the de facto entity with Azerbaijan. Official reports highlighted the visits to a new military cafeteria and a newly-built road, most likely running from Martakert town to Talish village.
Sahakyan was accompanied by the head Nagorno Karabakh’s Defence minister, Karen Abrahamyan, presidential advisor and ex-head of intelligence, Arshavir Gharamyan and other high-level officials.
Official photos provided by the Nagorno Karabakh Defence Ministry
The official notification from Defence officials also noted that in recent times a series of construction projects for military installations have been carried out, many of which are coming to their end awaiting their handing over to the military for use.