Civilnet interview with Apo Sahagian
We took Artsakh for granted while enjoying it as a tourist hotspot for its divine beauty

Apo Sahagian is a Jerusalemite-Armenian musician and writer.
''If me and my guys were guilty of one thing, it is what everyone else was guilty of. That is, we took Artsakh for granted while enjoying it as a tourist hotspot for its divine beauty. It turned into the background of our social media pictures, but it never made it to the tangible forefront of our daily lives. 

For 30 years, Artsakh was in a bureaucratic limbo yet still secure. Today the remaining parts of Artsakh linger in purgatory while Armenia is lost and confused in a dark tunnel that refuses to show a light at the end of it. 

So where do we go now?''

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Sources: armenianweekly.com, civilnet.am 

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