Neighboring countries warned: We will not remain silent on changing borders

Speaking on the anniversary of the Iran-Iraq war, Iranian Chief of General Staff Muhammed Bakiri referred to the recent military tension between Azerbaijan and Armenia and said, “We will not remain silent against changing the borders in the region. Our advice to both countries is to solve their problems through dialogue.”

Noting that they should be careful in their relations with Israel, Bakiri also warned the Gulf countries, “The presence of the Zionists in the region is a threat and disrupts the security and stability of the region. Of course, we follow all their steps closely. If we feel a direct threat, we will come face to face with the Zionist regime and its supporters.” used.

Noting that they want to establish close relations with the countries of the region, Bakıri said that the USA and Israel pose a threat in the region and that a regional alliance will be formed when these threats are eliminated.

The Armenian Armed Forces carried out large-scale provocations on September 12 in the Dashkesen, Kelbajar, Lachin and Zangilan directions of the Azerbaijan-Armenia border. In the statement made by the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan, it was stated that 79 Azerbaijani soldiers were martyred and 282 soldiers were injured in the clashes. Armenia, on the other hand, announced the number of dead and missing soldiers as 207.