Two years have passed since the Second Karabakh War ended. Azerbaijani builders, power engineers and railway workers are now in a region that was made a lifeless desert by 28 years of occupation by Armenia. They are there to return peaceful and creative life to Karabakh and Eastern Zangezur by restoring cities and villages, laying roads and extending power lines. Their work is not only hard, but also dangerous. Before leaving, the Armenian army laid more than a million mines, and three hundred Azerbaijanis have already fallen victim to them.