The video, which shows the moments of Azerbaijani soldiers helping an Armenian soldier who was injured in the clashes on the border, quickly went viral on social media and gained great acclaim.
ARMENIA’S PLAN FALL INTO WATER
Armenia’s plan to involve third parties, especially Russia, in the border dispute with Azerbaijan backfired from the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). Russia has announced that they will not send troops to the region.
Armenia agreed to a ceasefire when its request for protection to the Collective Security Treaty Organization formed by the former Soviet republics was rejected. The conflict ended before it turned into a war.
SOCIAL MEDIA IS TALKING ABOUT THIS VIDEO
Although the conflicts are over, eyes are still on the high tension area. In the meantime, the remarkable details of the clashes on the border continue to come.
A video posted on a Telegram channel that went viral on social media revealed the compassionate face of Azerbaijani soldiers.
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“Don’t worry, we’ll take you to the hospital”
The video, which received thousands of likes and comments on social media, shows Azerbaijani soldiers helping an injured Armenian soldier. Azerbaijani soldiers, who carefully bandaged the wounds in the soldier’s abdomen, then dressed the man and made him stand up.
Meanwhile the soldiers ‘Don’t worry, we’ll take you to the hospital’ is heard saying.
In another video posted on social media, it is seen that Azeri soldiers bandaged the wounds of an Armenian soldier writhing on the ground and stopped bleeding.
The compassion shown by the Azeri soldiers to the enemy soldiers was highly appreciated on social media and revealed that the country was behaving in accordance with the Geneva Convention.
PAŞINYAN ANNOUNCED: WE LOSE 135 OF OUR SOLDIERS
Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan held a meeting with the members of the government after the clashes with the Azerbaijani army last week. Pashinyan stated that the number of Armenian soldiers who lost their lives, which was announced as 105 the other day, increased to 135, “According to the confirmed number as of today, the number of our soldiers who lost their lives is 135. However, this number is not a final number yet. We also have many wounded.” used the phrases.
Armenian Defense Minister Suren Papikyan also said that the ceasefire that started yesterday has not been violated so far, “The ceasefire actually continued last night. I can say that our armed forces fulfilled the tasks assigned to them.” said.
AZERBAIJAN ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY: NUMBER OF MARTYRS RISE TO 71
In the statement made yesterday by the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan, 21 more soldiers of the Azerbaijan Armed Forces were martyred while preventing the provocations caused by the Armed Forces of Armenia.
With the last announced figure, the number of Azerbaijani soldiers who were martyred in the provocations of Armenia rose to 71.