24/09/2015 15:12

Holiday provocation at Armenia-Azerbaijan border

Azerbaijan Ministry of Defence: “Armenian side is responsible for the provocation”

Armenian armed units intensively fired at the positions of the Azerbaijani armed forces and border villages from different caliber weapons again.

The Defense Ministry said that as Armenian armed units fired on the positions of Azerbaijani armed forces in Kamarli village of Gazakh district from the positions in Dovekh village of Noyemberyan district on September 23, civilian Dursunova Esmira Aslan was injured. After receiving first medical aid, she was taken to Diagnostics Center in Gazakh district. She is in critical but stable condition.

“Such provocative acts by Armenian side are always committed on the remarkable days and aimed at involving Azerbaijan Armed Forces in provocation on the borderline. Defense Ministry notes that in order to silence the enemy, our Armed Forces made shots on Armenia’s trenches and positions. We state again that the responsibility for casualties and devastation in the enemy side falls on the opposite side”, – said MOD of Azerbaijan.

Armenian armed forces violated ceasefire 92 times from 60mm-caliber mortars in various directions of the frontline within a day, said Azerbaijani Defense Ministry. In consideration of the operational situation, Azerbaijani armed forces made 124 shots on enemy positions and trenches.

By the way, according to Armenian media there are injured persons among the servicemen and civilians as a result of shots made by Azerbaijani army during the firing in the respective directions. During the last days 5 person were wounded as a result of ceasefire violation by Armenian side.

Radio “Liberty”: Koti village caught panics

Armenian bureau of radio “Liberty” – “Azatutyun” informs in its report from border villages of Armenia that the situation there is not as perfect as it is reported by military-political power or Armenia.

The situation of residents of Koti village of Tavush province is even worse. The say that their everyday life gets worse after all.

Resident of Koti village, Aykaz Azibekyan said now he is also thinking about leaving the village. He says that there is no other way.

“We think about whether to go to Russia or another country?! We are not living here, just existing. The number of the pupils in the village school reduced to 25 %. I am afraid to send my daughter to the kindergarten”, – says Aykaz Azibekyan.

52- year old resident Anna Siradegyan also complained about her living conditions: “How long will we endure it? I don’t know whether they are thinking about us or not. We are having restless nights, can’t sleep. When will it end? The village is being deserted. I can also leave the village. Some people are going to Russia.”