66 Armenians Martyred Defending Artsakh, Totaling More Than 850.

Today, the names of 26 Armenian servicemen were released who were martyred while defending Artsakh. The names of another 40 Armenian martyred servicemen were announced earlier in the day bringing the total number of deaths on October 22 to 66, with the total number of deaths more than 850 per the Armenian Unified Infocenter, Armenian Ministry of Defense.

In Memoriam:

Khalatyan Grigor Sevadai, born in 2001

Mnatsakanyan Karen Karapeti, born in 2002

Babayan Armenak Mnatsakani, born in 2000

Muradyan Khachik Mesropi, born in 2001

Danielyan Davit Hmayaki, born in 2000

Khekoyan Rafik Zaliki, born in 2000

Kostandyan Vrezh Arseni, born in 2000

Avetisyan Surik Ishkhani, born in 2001

Zakaryan Shota Azizi, born in 2001

Aslamazyan Aghvan Smbati, born in 2000

Nahapetyan Ilya Vahani, born in 2001

Sargsyan Vahe Sargisi, born in 2000

Aghamalyan Vahe Sahaki, born in 2000

Barsumyan Styopa Daviti, born in 2001

Hakobyan David Ishkhani, born in 2001

Hovhannisyan Narek Arthuri, born in 2000

Badalyan Makich Harutyuni, born in 2002

Balbabyan Lyova Raphaeli, born in 1983

Tadevosyan Vardan Serozhi, born in 1980

Hovhannisyan Varazdat Leviki, born in 1995

Mkrtchyan Razmik Galusti, born in 1999

Ananyan Samvel Anatoli, born in 1988

Petrosyan Babken Arturi, born in 1993

Kirakosyan Zohrap Abrahami, born in 1985

Safaryan Badal Gevorgi, born in 1965

Harutyunyan Styopa Varuzhani, born in 2001

Vardanyan Mkrtich Khachaturi, born in 1987

Balasanyan Khachatur Sergeiy, born in 1985

Grigoryan Vanik Arakeli, born in 1984

Sahakyan Garnik Rօberti, born in 1985

Mardanyan Hayk Romiki, born in 1979

Babajanyan Aleksey Alekseyi, born in 1978

Gevorgyan Artur Rubiki, born in 1980

Kirakosyan Armen Asaturi, born in 1984

Melkonyan Serob Samveli, born in 1989

Shakhmuradyan Hakob Manveli, born in 1995

Kirakosyan Artur Avetisi, born in 1977

Avetisyan Arsen Sahaki, born in 1985

Davtyan Gagik Khachaturi, born in 1977

Tadevosyan Vagharshak Harutyuni, born in 1981

Ghanadyan Shahen Lavrenti, born in 1978

Mkrtchyan Sargis Felixi, born in 1994

Sargsyan Arshaluys Gagiki, born in 1996

Hajinyan Hovhannes Ashoti, born in 1981 (Reserve)

Hovsepyan Artur Sosi, born in 1987

Ghularyan Aram Vazgeni, born in 1992

Amirkhanyan Mkhitar Martiki, born in 1989 (Reserve)

Edilyan Arayik Ararati, born in 1995

Khachatryan Mayis Vazgen born in 1987

Yenokyan Artak Samveli, born in 2000

Yesayan Vashiktor Grishai, born in 1986

Grigoryan Armen Gagiki, born in 1988

Hovhannisyan Hrant Ararati, born in 1991

Simonyan Gevorg Grigori, born in 1987

Andreasyan Zhirayr Sulikoi, born in 1977

Martirosyan Armen Seyrani, born in 1987

Misakyan Arkadi Tigrani, born in 1985

Karapetyna Harutyun Hamleti, born in 1996

Gogoryan Aren Aleksandri, born in 1991

Gasparyan Sirekan Aharoni, born in 1994

Varosyan Avetik Arseni, born in 1990

Ohanyan Vakhtang Aghvani, orn in 1996

Gulinyan Nver Zhorai, born in 1996 (Reserve)

Arushanyan Eduard Hranti, born in 1972 (Reserve)

Srapionyan Arman Artaki, born in 1999

Hakobyan Davit Gagiki, born in 2000

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