Nagorno-Karabakh`s south shelled in heavy air strike; civilians wounded - English
02 Aralık 2020 - Հակական տոմար - Տարի : 4513 / Ամիս : Տրե / Օր : Հրանդ / Ժամ : Կամաւօտ

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02 Ekim 2020  

Nagorno-Karabakh`s south shelled in heavy air strike; civilians wounded -

Nagorno-Karabakh`s south shelled in heavy air strike; civilians wounded Nagorno-Karabakh`s south shelled in heavy air strike; civilians wounded
Nagorno-Karabakh's southern city of Hadrut (close to the Iranian border) was hit in a heavy attack launched by the BM-30 Smerch multiple rocket launcher on Friday.

In a Facebook post shared minutes after the strike, Defense Ministry spokesman Artsrun Hovhannisyan said several civilians were injured.

The Ministry earlier informed that the situation on the frontline remained relatively stable and tense in the late night hours of Thursday and after midnight.

No operational and tactical changes were reported.

The military actions resumed on Friday morning in all the directions along the Line of Contact. The Defense Army subdivisions continue curbing the aggression, inflicting manpower and military equipment losses upon the adversary.

Azerbaijan's armed forces launched large-scale offensives along the frontline on Sunday morning (October 27), targeting also the civilian population and infrastructures. The Artsakh defense forces have shot down 11 war helicopters, five warplanes (three Su-25 jet aircrafts), 96 UAVs, 184 units of armored vehicles (mainly tanks), one warplane, 82 transport vehicles, 18 armored personnel carriers, multiple rocket launchers (one unit of TOS-1A, two units of BM-30 Smerch and one unit of BM-27 Uragan).

Azerbaijan has lost over 1,280 troops. Armenia reported 103 losses as of Thursday morning; over 200 servicemen are known to have been wounded in the attacks.

Azerbaijan expanded the aggression to Armenia's territory earlier this week, striking civilian and military infrastructures. One civilian was killed in Vardenis in the wake of the attacks. Seven civilian casualties were reported in Nagorno-Karabakh. The Azerbaijani offensives have also left several journalists wounded (representing both the local and foreign media). Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh have declared martial law and a general mobilization.





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