Artsakh Defense Army releases 37 more fallen Armenian soldiers` names -
Artsakh Defense Army releases 37 more fallen Armenian soldiers` names
The Defense Army of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) has released the names of 37 more Armenian servicemen killed in the battles for the Fatherland's defense:
Bu haber tert.am kaynağından gelmektedir.
Hayk A. Derikyan, born in 2002
Galust M. Nazaryan, born in 1999
Razmik A. Makhmuryan, born in 2002
Volfik V. Gabrielyan, born in 1994
Sarkis H. Shamamyan (reserve officer), born in 1982
Manuk A. Poghosyan (reserve officer), born in 1991ԻՐԱԴԱՐՁԱՅԻՆ
Eduard G. Dovlatbekyan (reserve officer), born in 1984
Armen D. Sahakyan (born in 1994)
Gevorg R. Sahakyan, born in 1988
Mnatsakan V. Kirakosyan, born in 1995
David K. Grigoryan, born in 1977
David M. Mkrtchyan, born in 1992
Karen Kh. Sargsyan, born in 1997
Ashot S. Muradyan, born in 1965
Armen H. Hayrapetyan (volunteer), born in 1988
Artush A. Martirosyan (volunteer), born in 1989
Gevorg A. Harutyunyan, born in 1999
Gor A. Soghomonyan (volunteer), born in 1988
Gurgen B. Mirzoyan, born in 1990
Grigor Y. Stepanyan (volunteer), born in 2000
Tatul A. Petrosyan (volunteer), born in 1982
Tatul V. Tovmasyan, born in 2001
Mushegh S. Muradyan, born in 1993
Vardan S. Sargsyan (volunteer), born 1987
Yakov S. Afiyan (volunteer), born in 1998
Artak A. Tovmasyan (volunteer), born in 1994
Artak H. Ghazaryan (volunteer), born in 1982
Gegham S. Musheghyan (volunteer), born in 1969
Haykk A. Ghazaryan (volunteer), born in 1967
Hmayak S. Pashyan (volunteer), born in 1983
Sargis H. Saribekyan (reserve officer), born in 1989
Seyran A. Saryan (reserve officer), born in 1969
Surn A. Hovhannisyan (reserve officer), born in 1974
Garnik E. Kiziryants (volunteer), born in 1991
Arsen S. Karapetyan (volunteer), born in 1965
Vilgem A. Geghamyan, born in 2001
Leonid J. Allahverdyan, born in 2000
Armenia's military casualties have thus increased to 1,339 after the latest reports.
Azerbaijan launched large-scale offensives along the Line of Contact on September 27, targeting also the civilians of Nagorno-Karabkh.
The adversary's strikes left civilian objects and military objectives on the territory of both Armenia and Artsakh heavily damaged. Two civilians were fatally shot in the
Gegharkunik region. More than a hundred were killed and scores were injured in Artsakh.
Also journalists, representing both the local and international media, sustained bodily damage.
Armenia and Artsakh declared martial law and a general mobilization on September 27.
Despite the humanitarian ceasefire formally agreed three times, Azerbaijan's armed forces continue the repeated attacks, firing Armenian outposts.
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