Nagorno-Karabakh's young police cadets observe the Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day in Stepanakert. Hundreds of people walk to the Genocide Memorial to lay flowers at the eternal flame. â€œAll men and women of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic are part of the army, but we cannot say how many soldiers are now operative over the frontlineâ€ told me an official from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Stepanakert. One year after the April War a supposed- to-be ordinary life is going on among villages and streets of the Armenia-backed unrecognized nation. All the aspiring republicâ€™s inhabitants clearly remember the destructive violence of the decades-old conflict. Some of them aspire for a resolution. They believe in a better future to live for the next generations.