According to the results of air quality checks at four different points in the Afshin province in Marash of Western Armenia, due to coal-fired thermal power plants, air pollution in the region has become extremely dangerous for human health. The indicators proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO) are 10 times higher, and the amount of one of the most dangerous gasses – sulfur dioxide – is 3 times higher than the legal norm. The Greenpeace Responsible for the Mediterranean Climate and Energy Project stressed that these measurements once again show that coal-fired thermal power plants are a serious obstacle to a healthy lifestyle. This fact also indicates that in occupied Western Armenia, among other crimes, the ecological massacre continues, against which the Government of Western Armenia has repeatedly expressed its tough position.