Zhirayr Reyisyan: Situation in Aleppo Armenian districts is comparatively quiet12:55, 18 September, 2012
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 18, ARMENPRESS: As Armenpress was reported by the Press Secretary of the National Primacy of Aleppo Zhirayr Reyisyan, in Aleppo’s Armenian districts the situation is comparatively quiet at the moment. The Syrian army established its positions in the Armenian districts.
According to Reyisyan, in the result of the recent collisions many residential buildings and different institutions were considerably damaged, but, fortunately, human losses are less. Among the wounded there are Armenians as well, whose health condition is stable.
“Notwithstanding the fact that in the area of the New Village the situation is comparatively calm, but the village has not yet returned to its common life and the majority of the population, who were evacuated from the region, has not yet come back to their homes. I hope that the situation will improve and shortly people will return to their apartments”, - said the Press Secretary Zhirayr Reyisyan.
We were informed by the Facebook page of the Aleppo Armenians that in the districts of Sulaimani, Al-Azizia and Siyahi the traffic was a bit regulated, people return to their ordinal life and some trade centers reopen.
- Wounded Armenians’ life not endangered
Jacque Paghcheyan, wounded in Aleppo on February 27 by a sniper in the first floor of the municipality, got an immediate medical aid and returned home. Armenpress reports about it, citing the Facebook page of Berio News.
- Aleppo has no lack of fuel and bread
Some positive changes have been registered in Aleppo.
- Armenians wounded in Aleppo explosions
On February 3 two Armenians were wounded in the result of the explosions in the New Village district of Aleppo.
- Negotiations between Syria’s Government and opposition will start in two days
The delegations of the Government of Syria and opposition will start negotiations in Geneva on January 24.
- Armenian killed in Aleppo bombing
An Armenian was killed in the result of the bombing in Aleppo on January 21.