“I am sure that after completion of construction works, Shusha will look more beautiful,” Italian traveler Nicola Coratella, who is on a visit in the liberated territories from the occupation, told APA.
He noted that he witnessed serious destructions in the city, however, also added that his visit was very interesting and pleasant: “We see many destructions in Shusha, it was very bad. However, there were beautiful places in the city too. For instance, we saw the mosque and Shusha tower. Really it was worth visiting. I am sure that after the completion of the construction works, Shusha city will look more beautiful. We also passed from the Lachin corridor.”
An Australian traveler also said that the settlements around the Lachin corridor are extremely in a miserable situation and the area was empty and full of destructions: "The Lachin corridor was very empty. We have not seen people in the streets and at homes. There were only street dogs in the areas. The windows of the houses were broken. We have gone to the Kalbajar. It looked really nice there. Snow-capped mountains had a very beautiful view. But there was perishing cold in the air. The temperature of the weather was approximately 10 degrees when the sun rose. But Kalbajar was looking very beautiful".