“Shushi breathes new life”

Recently, I read another interesting article that touched upon the conflict on Nagorno-Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan. The story is about the city of Shushi. It is written by Daniel Bardsley for The National. This is not the first article about Armenia or Karabakh that Daniel writes for this UAE newspaper. Here’s the excerpt:

Shusha, or Shushi as Armenians call it, is on the brink of the kind of renewal that has transformed Stepanakert, the enclave’s capital that lies 16km to the north. Since a ceasefire was agreed in 1994, with Armenia in de facto control, Stepanakert has turned into an attractive and leafy city with a string of new hotels, a modern assembly building and countless street cafes, even though Armenia and Azerbaijan are officially still at war over the region…

For a more detailed account of what kind of renewal Shushi is facing as well as for an overview over the past years in Shushi, read the whole article at The National.

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