40 Armenians Martyred Defending Artsakh, Totaling More Than 650.

Today, the names of 40 Armenian servicemen were released who were martyred while defending Artsakh, total number of deaths more than 650, per the Armenian Unified Infocenter, Armenian Ministry of Defense.

In Memoriam:

Antonyan Vruyr Siamantoi, born 1977 (Reserve)

Vardanyan Harutyun Samveil, born 1982 (Reservist)

Avetisyan Hovhannes Nikolayi, born 1967

Khachatryan Arthur Ararati, born 1992

Grigoryan Vanik Grigori, born 1971

Kostanyan G. Arkadyi, born 1996

Margaryan Hamazasp Vladiki, born 1972

Khachatryan Vardan Zoriki, born 1990

Kirakosyan Armen Aristakesi, born 1985

Margaryan Arman Mihrabi, born 1983

Asatryan Varuzhan Rubiki, born 1977

Hakobyan Armen Hayki, born 1980

Yeghoyan Karen Zaveni, born 1989

Yeghoyan Karen Vladiki, born 1988

Muradyan Samvel Martini, born 1979

Aristakesyan Kolya Rafiki, born 1990

Simonyan Zakaria Herosi, born 1979

Nazaryan Grisha Samveli, born 1996

Zakaryan Karapet Dereniki, born 1986

Gharibyan Artur Harutyuni, born 1985

Sargsyan Sjada Varazdati, born 1980

Harutyunyan Edgar Artemi, born 1982

Arthur Armen Aslanyani, born 1998

Ayvazyan Armen Khachaturi, born 1984

Sargsyan Arman Rafiki, born 1983

Simonyan Gorg Vanushi, born 1972

Stepanyan Apaven Bayanduri, born 1969

Zakaryan Zakaria Hunani, born 1987

Babayan Papag Kajiki, born 1980

Poghosyan Hrachya Vachiki, born 1995

Simonyan Isahak Samveli, born 1995

Babayan Andranik Vardani, born 1991

Mnatsakanyan Vardan Musheghi, born 1989

Sargsyan Yanek Vrezhi, born 1981 (Reservist)

Alexanyan Artyom Parziki, born 1983 (Reservist)

Asatryan Hrant Alberti, born 1986

Varagyan Sahak Demsiki, born 1981

Kakoyan Bagrat Saribeki, born 1985

Sargsyan Vachik Hayki, born 2002

Vyacheslav Valerichich Voskovsky, born 1975

Our condolences to the relatives of these Armenian heroes protecting Armenia and Artsakh from Azeri aggression.

Per the Armenian Unified Infocenter, Armenia

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