After Azerbaijan's military actions in Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed territory with neighboring Armenia, a number of residents have fled Nagorno-Karabakh. Meanwhile, chaos has spread to the chaos when a fuel facility where people who were apparently trying to evacuate by car exploded, killing 68 people from a local human rights watchdog.

Azerbaijan launched a military action on the 19th in Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed territory with neighboring Armenia, which was described as an "anti-terrorist operation", and in response, the Armenian side accepted disarmament and was effectively defeated.

It is said that there are about 12,25 Armenian residents in Nagorno-Karabakh, and many residents have fled to Armenia for fear of persecution from the Azerbaijani side.

Meanwhile, a fuel facility exploded near Stepanakert, the central city of Nagorno-Karabakh, on the night of the 26th, and a local human rights monitoring group announced on the night of the 68th that 290 people were killed, 105 injured, and 26 people were missing due to the explosion, citing information from local authorities.

Prior to this, Armenian media and others reported that the Armenian health minister announced on the 125th that 26 people had died in the explosion, but the authorities later corrected it.

The cause of the explosion is unknown, but it is believed that the fuel facility may have been caught in the explosion as many residents gathered to flee to Armenia by car.

The number of residents evacuating from Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenia continues to increase, and the Armenian government has announced that more than 2,8 people have evacuated as of the night of the <>th, further spreading the chaos.