Victory Day Marked on Anniversary of Shushi’s Liberation

YEREVAN (Combined Sources)–Tuesday–May 9–marks the 14th anniversary of the liberation of Karabagh’s second largest city–Shushi. To mark this day–members of the Yerkrapah Union of Karabagh War Veterans will commemorate the soldiers who gave their lives to the Karabagh war.

Flowers and wreaths will be placed at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Yeraplur cemetery where many of the fallen soldiers were placed to rest.

A military parade will then take place in Yerevan’s Republic Square and in the evening a holiday concert and fireworks will be held in Victory Park.

The Yerkrapah Union began marking this day after Armenian troops liberated Shushi in 1992.

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