The 15th day of the war: "International recognition might be the way out" PHOTO
The truce agreed with Russia between Armenia and Azerbaijan came into force on Saturday. Despite it, the conflicts in Nagorno-Karabakh continue on the 15th day.Source: B92, Tanjug
During the night, there were reports of bombing of the capital of Karabakh, Stepankert. Azerbaijan reported on the Armenian attacks this morning.
Die internationale #Anerkennung des Status von #Berg-Karabach kann ein #Ausweg aus dieser Situation sein.— Nikol Pashinyan (@NikolPashinyan) October 11, 2020
Mein Interview im @ZDF
The international #recognition of the status of #NagornoKarabakh can be a way out of this situation. https://t.co/KkC7KJjcgf
The international recognition can be a way out of this situation
"The international recognition of the status of Nagorno Karabakh can be a way out of this situation", said in an interview with the German ZDF the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan.
Combat UAVs are being brought to Azerbaijan from Turkey and Israel under the guise of humanitarian cargo. @arcrunmod— Shushan Stepanyan (@ShStepanyan) October 11, 2020
"Combat UAVs are being brought to Azerbaijan from Turkey and Israel under the guise of humanitarian cargo", announced the Secretary of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia, Shushan Stepanyan.
Policy of vandalism and barbarism of Armenia against Azerbaijani civilian population continues. It is an act of genocide against Azerbaijani people we have witnessed since Khojaly genocide. pic.twitter.com/J92XWWeJwx— Hikmet Hajiyev (@HikmetHajiyev) October 11, 2020
During the night, the city of #Ganja was under fire by the Armenian armed forces.#Ganjaunderattack #KarabakhisAzerbaijan #StopArmenianOccupation #StopArmenianAgression #StopArmenianTerror pic.twitter.com/Qkad5aXDSc— Azerbaijan MOD (@wwwmodgovaz) October 11, 2020
Azerbaijan: Two missile attacks on Armenia
The State Prosecutor's Office of Azerbaijan announced today that the Armenian armed forces carried out a missile attack on the Mingachevir hydro power plant in Azerbaijan.
The city of Ganja was also the target of a missile attack from the territory of Armenia, the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan announced on Facebook.
It is the second largest city in Azerbaijan.
In this attack, seven civilians got killed, while 33 were injured. A large number of civilian infrastructure facilities were damaged.