15 Armenian Pilgrims Visit The Dadivank Monastery In Occupied Karvachar.

On Sunday, 15 Armenian pilgrims visited the Dadivank monastery in Occupied Karvachar, reports the Russian Ministry of Defense.

As a result of the Nov. 10 trilateral agreement, the servicemen of the Republic of Azerbaijan freely allow pilgrims to the territory of the complex, accompanied by Russian peacekeepers.

To ensure security, one of the observation posts of the Russian peacekeeping contingent is located in the immediate vicinity of the Dadivank Monastery complex.

Dadivank is one of the oldest Christian monasteries of the Armenian Apostolic Church and is located on the territory of the Karvachar region, which, in accordance with a tripartite statement, came under the control of Azerbaijan in November 2020.

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