However, for many, the stress and anxiety stay.
Varduhi Avetyan remains awaiting information from her son that joined the fighting for over a month past.
She says she has written letters to the Armenian government – like the prime minister – but is still awaiting a response.
“I don’t know exactly what to say to his two brothers who keep asking where’s my dad, is not he going to return? I don’t know what to reply,” she informs Euronews.
Below a current ceasefire deal, Azerbaijan regains control of a sizable part of the land that was Azeri under international law. And Armenia has to maintain a reduced part of this Nagorno-Karabakh.
The former Soviet countries of Azerbaijan and Armenia fought a bloody war within the mountainous area of Nagorno-Karabakh from the early 1990s.
Thousands were killed on either side. Thousands and thousands of people were homeless.
The war ended with a truce in 1994 but violence flared up in recent months, which led to hundreds, if not tens of thousands of deaths.