The Isolation of Nagorno Karabakh

Collection with 24 media items created by Jonathan Alpeyrie

Nagorno-Karabakh 07 Dec 2020 17:09

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated.

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Karvajar
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
04 Nov 2020

November 5, 2020 - Karvajar, Nagorno-Karabakh. With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Karvajar
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
04 Nov 2020

November 5, 2020 - Karvajar, Nagorno-Karabakh. With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek, Syunik Region
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
09 Nov 2020

November 10, 2020 - Davit Bek, Syunik region, Armenia. On the border village of Davit Bek volunteers and some remaining locals are staying to protect their land from Azeri attacks an incursions. Constant daily shelling into Armenian territory has led to believe that Azeri forces have eyed the region to reach the Azeri enclave of Nakhchivan. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated.

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated. (Photo by Jonathan Alpeyrie)

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Davit Bek
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
01 Nov 2020

With the road to Lachin corridor, the main road connecting Karabakh to Armenia cut, the only escape route is through the Northern mountains. Civilians escaping, military moving back and forth to the fornt lines and ambulances bringing casualties to Armenia, if this road is cut, Karabakh will be mostly isolated.