Azerbaijan Relocates Families to Zabukh Village, Presents House Keys

Baku – In a significant development in Azerbaijan’s Zabukh village, the State Committee for Affairs of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons has confirmed the presentation of house keys to families recently relocated to the area. This event marks a critical step in the resettlement efforts initiated by the Azerbaijani government.

According to Azeri-Press News Agency, the latest group of families, originating from the “Gobu Park 3” residential complex in Garadag district of Baku, has safely arrived in Lachin, where they were presented with keys to their new homes in Zabukh. The residents expressed profound gratitude to President Ilham Aliyev and First Vice President Mehriban Aliyeva for the comprehensive state care and support provided. They also paid respect to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives, contributing to this resettlement opportunity.

At this stage, 25 families, consisting of 103 individuals, have been relocated to Zabukh village, bringing the total number of resettled families in the area to 71, comprising 291 people. This initiative is part of a broader plan guided by President Ilham Aliyev’s instructions, facilitating the voluntary, safe, and dignified return of internally displaced persons to their ancestral lands.

The resettlement convoy departed from Baku’s “Gobu Park 3” residential complex, comprising families previously living in various temporary accommodations in Baku and Sumgayit cities. This movement represents the victory and leadership of President Ilham Aliyev and the Azerbaijani army, allowing displaced persons to return to their native lands after 30 years.

Residents of the increasingly beautiful and flourishing Lachin city are now witnessing the realization of their long-awaited return, celebrating the efforts and care provided by the Azerbaijani leadership. The successful resettlement in Zabukh village underscores Azerbaijan’s commitment to addressing the needs of its displaced citizens and fostering community rebuilding and development.

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