“Despite the new humanitarian ceasefire agreement, during the day the enemy tried to violate the airspace of Artsakh (endonym of Nagorno Karabakh) by sending unmanned aircraft; the antiaircraft defense means detected the enemy drones and shot down two aircraft,” they reported the Karabakh military through a Facebook post.
From 00:00 this Sunday (GMT + 4) a new humanitarian truce entered into force in Nagorno Karabakh, the second so far this year. spiral of hostilities in the area. As on the first occasion, on October 10, the parties to the conflict accused each other of violating the armistice.
Yerevan maintains that the enemy launched an offensive in the southern sector this Sunday, near the border with Iran; For its part, Baku denounced Armenian attacks in the areas of Agdara, Fuzuli, Hadrut and Jabrail.
On September 27, the Armed clashes in Nagorno Karabakh, the focus of conflict between Yerevan and Baku since that territory, with a majority Armenian population, decided to separate in 1988 from the then Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic.
The hostilities, in which the warring parties used armor, artillery, aviation and missile systems for the first time since the 1992-1994 war, caused hundreds of military casualties and dozens of civilian casualties.