Numerous incidents of breach of agreement on ceasing fire were recorded at night, at the zone of contact between the Karabakh-Azerbaijani opposing forces. The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic Defense Army reported that aside from using rifle weaponry and mortars, the adversary also launched two reconnaissance-sabotage attempts.
Vanguard units of the NKR Defense Army, however, detected, in timely fashion, this attempt at advance by the Azerbaijani special units, and they pushed them back to their original positions.
The photographs below are of the corpses of the Azerbaijani military gang that had committed crimes against Armenian civilians.
Karabakh army serviceman Armen Gasparyan (born in 1974) was killed on Wednesday in ceasefire violation by the Azerbaijani side.
The contract serviceman was killed from a mine thrower in north-eastern direction, Karabakh Defense Army army said in a statement.
As a result of the close battle, the adversary was pushed back leaving behind the corpse of Azerbaijani Armed Forces captain, Naftalan town resident Vaqif Bayramov, who was born in 1979.
Before that a Karabakh army serviceman Armen Gasparyan (born in 1974) was killed on Wednesday in ceasefire violation by the Azerbaijani side. The serviceman was killed from a mine thrower in north-eastern direction, Karabakh Defense Army army said in a statement.
On Wednesday between 10:35am and around 11pm, the Azerbaijani army divisions intensively fired shots toward the Armenian armed forces’ divisions and the settlements located nearby Vardenis town in Gegharkunik Province of Armenia.
In particular, aside from a variety of rifle weaponry, the adversary fired several hundred bullets also from large-caliber machine guns, and from mortars.
The Armenian armed forces, however, did everything not to breach the agreement on ceasing fire and advance of troops.
News-NEWS.am reporter visited Talish village, in Martakert Region of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, which was hit the hardest by the Azerbaijani bombardment. There are destroyed houses and dead animals everywhere in Talish. The villagers have left their homes for the time being, but they plan to return. Close to 30 percent of the houses in Talish village have sustained damages while the administrative buildings—even more.