"Lots of money is spent on the restoration of territories liberated from occupation. The scale of the work made a great impression on us," said Max Karlstörm, a Finnish traveler who visited Azerbaijan's Lachin as a member of the Club 100 organization, which is a gathering of Sweden's elite international travelers, APA's Karabakh bureau reports.
Referring to the mine problem in the liberated areas, he said: "The mine problem is terrible. Although I am not a military expert, I think it is very awful."
Therese Sundberg, a Swedish traveler who is part of the delegation, stressed that the nature of Lachin is beautiful and that they had a great day.
She drew attention to the landmine problem and said, "The landmines are quite terrible, and we were very scared when we watched the demining process and heard the explosions. It is gratifying that great work is being done today to clear mines," she added.