The respondents are residents of Gapanly, a village on the frontline in Terter district
The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan because of Nagorny Karabakh has already lasted for 30 years. Every day there is shooting on the line of contact. People from both sides die and are injured. The longer the conflict continues and the negotiation process stalls, the more grievances and sorrows accumulate for ordinary people, whose lives have been changed by the conflict, and the harder it is for them to imagine peace.
The shell-damaged walls tell you that the residents of the frontline village of Gapanli have been living in a war throughout these years. In response to the question of how they imagine peace, people speak of distrust of their Armenian neighbours and an unwillingness to compromise.
Nevertheless, all those asked agreed on one thing, that the conflict must be solved for the sake of future generations.