The Khnushinak community of the Martuni region of Artsakh has 535 inhabitants.
This was reported by the village headman of Khnushinak Kamo Mursalyan. “After the end of the war, two deported families settled in the village. We have eight houses in housing stock, which will be provided to other families who wish to live here. We have a community center, a medical center and a celebration hall.
The school has 91 students. There is no kindergarten in the village, but we have 63 children subordinate to the kindergarten. The community is gasified, provided with electricity, round-the-clock water supply,” said the head of the community. Residents are mainly engaged in gardening and cattle breeding.