But for many, the worry and anxiety remain.
Varduhi Avetyan is still waiting for news from her son who joined the fighting more than a month ago.
She says she’s written letters to Armenian authorities – including the prime minister – but is still waiting for an answer.
"I don’t know what to say to his two daughters who keep asking where is my father, isn’t he going to come back? I don’t know what to answer," she tells Euronews.
Under a recent ceasefire deal, Azerbaijan regains control of a sizeable portion of territory that was already Azeri under international law. And Armenia gets to keep a reduced portion of the Nagorno-Karabakh.