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Why are Armenians shooting before the CSTO summit?

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For several days now, the armed forces of Armenia have been shooting at the positions of the Azerbaijani Army on the border, and the terrorists of the separatist groups have been shooting at the positions of the Azerbaijani Army inside the country.

On November 21, members of the illegal Armenian armed group on the territory of Azerbaijan, where the Russian peacekeepers were temporarily stationed, fired at the positions of our army located in the directions of Fuzuli and Khojavand regions, in the morning and evening hours, on the same day, in the evening, the Armenian armed forces carried out another provocation on the border. Today, illegal Armenian armed forces once again committed provocation both on the border and inside the country. informs that in recent days, such activation of the Armenian armed forces on the border, and illegal militants inside Azerbaijan, the chief editor of the Russian "National Defense" magazine, military expert Igor Korotchenko connected with the CSTO summit.

"On the eve of the summit of the KTMT, Armenian prisoners and illegal military units are committing successive provocations and firing at the positions of the Azerbaijani Army. Is it a coincidence? I don't think so," he said.

It should be noted that the summit of the CSTO heads of state will be held tomorrow in Yerevan. Russian leader Putin will also participate in the summit.

2022.11.22 / 23:15
Nurlana Ahmadova
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