LAST MINUTE NEWS: Conflict on the Azerbaijan-Armenia border: The number of martyrs became 71 – Last Minute World News

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Tensions continue on the Azerbaijan-Armenia border.

Leyla Abdulleyeva, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan, gave information about the latest situation. “The number of martyrs in the attacks was 71,” Abdulleyeva said.


Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar met with the Minister of Defense of Azerbaijan Gen. Zakir Hasanov on the phone and received information about the latest situation in the ongoing conflicts between Azerbaijan and Armenia.

According to the written statement made by the Ministry, Minister Akar stated at the meeting that Turkey and Azerbaijan are “two states, one nation” and that Turkey will continue to stand by its Azerbaijani brothers and sisters. wished.

Akar also congratulated Gen. Hasanov on the 104th anniversary of the liberation of Baku from the enemy occupation and stated that the brotherly Azerbaijani people celebrated this special and meaningful day.


The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan announced that on the night of September 12 and the morning of September 13, the Armenian army carried out a large-scale provocation in the direction of Dashkesen, Kelbajar, Lachin and Zangilan.

Some positions and shelters of the Azerbaijani army on the border were under fire with different caliber weapons, including mortar shells. The Azerbaijani army retaliated to silence the firing points of the Armenian Armed Forces and prevent the expansion of the conflict, and heavy losses were inflicted on the Armenian troops.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced that 105 Armenian soldiers died in the clashes, and Azerbaijan declared that it was ready to hand over the bodies of about 100 Armenian soldiers who died in the conflict that started with the provocations of Armenia.

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