“The fact that we returned to our homeland does not mean that we will not go back to Nagorno-Karabakh that has become our home,” he told Interfax agency.
The businessman said he has a small household that will be run by the locals.
“We have a small household, our mill where we make flour. In addition, I have a partner there, the local guy. So, nothing is postponed, I have sons. My elder sons will be in charge of the household, and I’ll fly back there, too,” he said.