Two Armenian surveillance helicopters flying, Artsakh side, the border between Nagorno-Karabakh in Azerbaijan. Posted about 2km, an Azerbaijani sniper fire on the second helicopter shot down immediately. These helicopters were unarmed.
To hear the shouts and cries of the military victory, it was a glimpse of the hatred that emerges.
To reward his Azerbaijani shooter “exploit”, Mehmed Muradov İlkin has received the medal of the third class, on the orders of Defense Minister, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov, for killing the Armenian MI24, “for vigilance and heroism “…
One wonders what has this to do the word “heroism”. But it is true to ax murdering an Armenian soldier in his sleep and 2km down a helicopter with a missile launcher, this indicates a more heroic attitude in Azerbaijan. An act of war which can not remain unpunished.
View more than 20,000 times, the video is accompanied by more than 300 posts, one sums it up: “forever Azerbaijan, Armenia Game over.”
According to Stepanakert, the helicopter was on a training flight in the context of military exercises in recent days in HK.
The wreckage of the plane would have fallen into a “neutral zone” close to the line of contact between the armed forces. The spokesman of the Ministry of Defense of Armenia, Artsrun Hovhannisyan, posted on his Facebook page, November 13, that due to the continued firing of the Azerbaijani side, the Armenian soldiers have not yet been able to approach the unit.
“Shoot down a helicopter from behind reveals the true face of Baku. Azerbaijan is a terrorist state, who knows attacking from behind. “ said David Babayan, spokesman of the President of the NKR.
The Secretary General of the OSCE, Lamberto Zannier, expressed during a hearing at the European Parliament, the “concern” of the OSCE deal with this incident may lead to a further escalation of the conflict.
The EU has called for an investigation into the incident and appealed for restraint to avoid any action or statement that might aggravate the situation. The representative of NATO in the South Caucasus and Central Asia, James Appathurai, said he was “concerned” by the incident on Facebook, saying “whatever the circumstances of the incident, both parties must remain calm and seek a diplomatic solution. “
Is also reported by the agencies reporting to François Rochebloine, President of France Friendship Circle-Karabakh, who lamented that new outbreaks of violence.
With the press office of the Embassy of France in Yerevan. Writing Merie Hakobyan
Jean Eckian © armenews.com