Armenia missile strikes 13 dead, 50 injured: Azerbaijan

Amid the continuing battle within the Nagorno-Karabakh area, Azerbaijan on Saturday alleged that Armenia has focused its second largest metropolis with a ballistic missile. The assault has killed not less than 13 individuals and injured 50 others. However, the Armenian Defense Ministry has denied these assaults.


Explain that the assaults proceed even after the 2 international locations agreed to a ceasefire in Russia’s mediation. Azerbaijan officers stated town of Ganja was attacked by Scud missiles constructed throughout the Soviet period, destroying about 20 residential buildings. Emergency employees are looking out to search out victims and kids from the constructing particles.

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Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev, describing the assault as a warfare crime, warned Armenia that it must bear the results. He stated Azerbaijan may even react to those assaults. Aliyev stated, “Azerbaijani forces have taken a strategic lead and captured seven villages in and around Fijuli town.”

Neutral ceasefire agreed

Earlier a ceasefire in Moscow has been agreed between the Foreign Ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan within the mediation of Russia. But it appears to be ineffective given the present assaults. The settlement was introduced by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov after a 10-hour assembly with the overseas ministers of each international locations.

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