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As the fighting rages on in the Nagorno-Karabakh region between Armenian and Azeri armies, Kim Kardashian, of Armenian origin, denounced the situation.

The star, who is increasingly involved in social and political issues, posted on her Twitter account a video of a young woman explaining the situation, from the Armenian perspective.

What is happening in Armenia 🇦🇲 #Arstakh #ArstakhStrong #Armenia

- Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) September 30, 2020

Nagorno-Karabakh is a separatist region of Azerbaijan populated by Armenians, which the two countries have been fighting for for thirty years.

Between 1988 and 1994, the war left 30,000 dead there.

At the end of this conflict, Nagorno-Karabakh came under Armenian supervision with an independent, unrecognized status.

New deadly clashes took place in 2016, during the so-called "four days" war.

Azerbaijan still considers having been despoiled of its territory and Armenia believes that it has recovered what belongs to it.

The conflict resumed last month.


Kim Kardashian also retweeted a post from Eric Esrailian, University of California gastroenterologist and producer of

The Promise

, with Oscar Isaac.

He denounces Azerbaijan's ally, "Turkey and the desire for ethnic cleansing".

Now that the color of our blood has your attention ... # Armenians in #Artsakh are under attack!

Join me & show your solidarity by posting this flag.

Express your outrage regarding the unprovoked attacks by Azerbaijan, assistance from Turkey & the overt desire for ethnic cleansing

- Eric Esrailian (@esrailian) October 3, 2020

Meanwhile, Kanye West's wife has also asked the US Congress to intervene.

The Keeping

Up With the Kardashians


also shared a link to helping civilian victims of the conflict.


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