Yerevan: 121 settlements in Nagorno-Karabakh came under Baku control after the leaders of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia signed an agreement to end hostilities.
The relevant document was published on the official website of the Government of Armenia.
According to the list, Azerbaijan was given 52 settlements in Kashatag (Lachin), 8 in Martakert, 16 in Shaumyan (Kelbajar), 29 in Hadrut, 2 in Shushi (town of Shushi and village of Karintak), 8 in Askeran and 6 in Martuni districts.
In addition, it is noted that the one-time aid of 300 thousand drams ($ 600) will be given to residents of Karabakh registered in the cities and villages under the control of Azerbaijan.
The Prime Minister of Armenia, the President of Azerbaijan and the President of Russia signed an agreement on November 9, which will transfer part of Nagorno-Karabakh and the surrounding areas to Baku.