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15 December 2017


Armenia violated ceasefire

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Military units of the armed forces of Armenia violated ceasefire 140 times throughout the day, using large-caliber machine guns and 60 millimeter mortars (4 shells).

Axar.az reports citing Ministry of Defence of Azerbaijan.

Armenian armed forces, located on nameless hills in Noyemberyan region, in Berkaber, Paravakar villages of Ijevan region, in Chinari and Aygedzor villages of Berd region and on nameless hills in Krasnoselsk region subjected to fire the positions of the Azerbaijan's Armed Forces located in Kohnegishlag village of Aghstafa region, in Kamarli, Gaymagli, Gizilhajili villages of Gazakh region, in Aghdam, Kokhanebi, Munjuglu villages of Tovuz region, Zamanli village and on nameless hills in Gadabay region.

The positions of Azerbaijan’s Armed Forces were also fired from positions of Armenian military units located near the occupied Goyarkh, Chilaburt villages of Terter region, Shikhlar, Bash Garvand, Javahirli, Garagashli, Yusifjanlı, Marzili villages of Aghdam region, Kuropatkino village of Khojavend region, Ashaghi Veysalli, Gobu Dilagharda, Garvand, Garakhanbayli, Gorgan, Kurdlar, Horadiz villages of Fuzuli region, Nuzgar and Mehdili villages of Jabrayil region, as well as from positions located on nameless hills in Goranboy, Terter, Aghdam and Khojavend regions.

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2017.07.25 / 09:36
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