A 600-meter-long water pipeline has been built for the new quarter of the Karahunj community of the Martuni region of Artsakh. “In the village we had a problem with irrigation water. The construction of a new water pipeline will solve the problem. We are also provided with gas and electricity,” the head of the community said, stressing that 107 villagers are connected with their native land Karahunj.
According to the head of the community, these days people are busy doing agricultural work. “70% of the village’s arable land has come under the enemy’s control, so we have a shortage of arable land. Some of the villagers are engaged in cattle breeding.