Armenian-controlled Territories Surrounding Nagorno Karabakh - Description

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Based on the administrative and territorial division of Azerbaijan, Armenian forces control the territory of the following districts of Azerbaijan:

  • Kelbajar - (1,936 km2, 100% of which is controlled by the Defense Army of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic),
  • Lachin - (1,835 km2. - 100%),
  • Kubatli - (802 km2. - 100%),
  • Jebrail - (1,050 km2. - 100%),
  • Zangelan - (707 km2. - 100%),
  • Agdam - (1,094 km2. - 77% (842 km2)),
  • Fizuli - (1,386 km2. - 33% - 462 km2.)

The total land area is 7,634 km2. The outer perimeter of these territories is a line of direct contact between the military forces of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and Azerbaijan.

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