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Although there were big changes expected at the Armenian-Turkish border, it still remains closed so far. After the 44-day war of 2020, Armenia and Turkey started negotiations to open the Armenian-Turkish border. The border crossing at Margara Bridge is scheduled to open first, but only for citizens of third countries. Armenia has already announced that it has completed the construction of the customs post and other all necessary infrastructure, but there is still no clear response from the Turkish side. While the negotiations continue, people living in Margara are not eager for the border to open—and few believe it ever will. In the village, however, the children are the most active and they are following the discussions about the border and waiting to see if they will be able to cross the bridge after it opens.

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The Bridge

Lilit Mkhitaryan