State of emergency in Nagorno-Karabakh. (1989)

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Kukuruzniks Soviet land.

The soldiers are coming.

Refugees with things women with children.

Military helicopters.

Police on the airfield.


Policemen pass people on land, check documents.

Passports and plane tickets.

Stele at the entrance to the city of Stepanakert.

Military checks the documents of the crew.

Russian tanks and military vehicles.

Road transport.

Platoon of soldiers marching down the street.

Sign "office of the chairman of the Committee of Special Administration Nagorny Karabakh."

The chairman is responsible for questions of civilians.

It is about the suspension of the Executive Committee of the Regional Council.

Prematurity elimination of local authorities.

Women with small children walking in the street Stepanakert.

Commandant, work staff.

The military in the corridors and classrooms.

At the table, Major-General Vladislav Safonov

Commandant of Special Area of ​​NKR.

Commandant phone solves current problems.

Targeted plan ATC Azerbaijan.

At the entrance of the soldiers on duty.

Targeted plan for the Special Management Committee

Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region.

Sign "State Committee for Television and Radio" Azerbaijan.

Tank at the TV tower.

Destroyed building telecentre.

Inside, broken furniture and equipment.

Shooting of the car: a crowd of men with the Azerbaijani flag.


Men shouting "Karabakh", rhythmically beating their hands.

Azerbaijanis in the central square.

A huge number of people.

The young, the elderly, children with flags and banners.


Beat out a rhythm with his hands.


Safonov V.N. -- serviceman




Nagorno-Karabakh, Stepanakert

Defense and internal security; Disasters; Towns and countries; Social life; Domestic policy
Geography and Nature; Wars, conflicts and disasters; Policy