Head of Working Group: "580 civilian houses and facilities in Aghdam, damaged as a result of war, reviewed"

Head of Working Group: "580 civilian houses and facilities in Aghdam, damaged as a result of war, reviewed"
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"580 houses and facilities of civilians in Aghdam, damaged as a result of war so far, have been reviewed", Head of Working Group on Aghdam Tariyel Guliyev told APA.

Head of Working Group said that there are citizens, whose domestic animals, bees were destructed among them too and all of them are separately officialized: "We receive other appeals in addition to the list initially given to us. We conduct review of the damaged facilities on the basis of these appeals too. That is why it is difficult to say now how many facilities are left to be reviewed. Figures on the official appeals, addressed during the war, change daily. While the figure in the list, initially given to us was 700, the number is gradually growing. According to the initial list, we had to be finalized 70% of the works. But it is not so. As persons, who visit their destroyed houses in other regions and return, they also appeal to us."

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