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Anna Hakobyan was in Artsakh from the very first days of the war, forming a women’s squad on October 26

On September 27, from the very first day of the war unleashed by Azerbaijan, Anna Hakobyan, the wife of the Prime Minister of Armenia, the chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the “My Step” charitable foundation, was in Artsakh, next to the brothers and sisters of Artsakh. After visiting the wounded servicemen and finding out about their health condition, Mrs. Hakobyan visited the shelters where civilians were sheltered: women, children, and the elderly. Anna Hakobyan visited combat positions, talked with servicemen and volunteers. On October 26, Anna Hakobyan, pursuant with the call of her husband, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, announced that she is creating a women’s squad that will go to Artsakh and participate in combat operations. After ten days of training and passing the test, the squad arrived to the positions to perform a combat task. Even after the trilateral declaration on the cessation of hostilities signed on the night of November 9-10, Anna Hakobyan with the “Erato” women’s squad continued to maintain the combat position entrusted to her until the end.