Pilgrimages in Dadivank have not been restored, but our priests are there. This was stated by the leader of the Artsakh diocese, Bishop Vrtanes Abrahamyan. Armenian pilgrims have not been able to enter Dadivank since May. Before that, they visited Dadivank in groups, accompanied by Russian peacekeepers, but gradually the Azerbaijanis made it difficult for Armenian pilgrims to enter there. Trilateral negotiations were held on the restoration of the pilgrimage, but three months after this meeting, Armenian pilgrims cannot visit Dadivank. Dadivank is one of the oldest Christian monastic complexes of the Armenian Apostolic Church. It is located in the Karvachar region, by 2020 after the statement on November 9, it came under the control of Azerbaijan.