On the evening of January 15, a woman in slippers and odd-looking clothes stood crying in front of our building in Yerevan.
One of the giants of Soviet-era industry, the HayElectro Plant, is shown here in its present state; on the southern outskirts of Yerevan. It’s a skeleton of its former glory, surrounded by vacant fields and bus depots.
We’re on the road to Togh, a village in Artsakh’s southern Hadrout district. We have an appointment to visit the Avetisyans – a family of vintners known for their Kataro family of wines.
It’s just one wall. It’s not a big deal. One wall, even four, isn’t a big deal. But a family of five, four men and a woman, is a big deal. Maybe we should help?
After the above article was published, I got a call from the General Headquarters of Armenia’s Armed Forces, saying that they were going to check all the information mentioned in the article and immediately send Uso Tamoyan, now serving in the army, home if it was verified.