Over 33 people were killed and about 200 got injured as a result of combat actions in Nagorno-Karabakh. Such data was provided by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
The report says, that "according to the official sources in Armenia and Azerbaijan, at least 30 soldiers and 3 civilians were killed as a result of combat actions. The number of those injured, both civilian and military ones, has not been officially confirmed yet. Given unofficial sources, the number is estimated at over 200 people."
It is also noted in the report, that "50 people from Armenia asked for temporary asylum in Yerevan. Both governments claimed that they don't need humanitarian aid."
For today, 4 April, situation in Nagorno-Karabakh remains to be tense. As we reported, the armistice was broken overnight into 2 April. Who opened fire the first is unknown. Azerbaijan and Armenia blame each other for what happened.
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