On October 2, local time, the Armenian Ministry of Defense announced that the Armenian army had entered a state of full combat readiness under wartime conditions. All military units set up reception points for recruits and military equipment. All troops have been fully armed, and have completed a supplementary force with the cooperation of local governments and the volunteer alliance.
This is a house damaged in the conflict taken in the Tatar region near the Naka border in Azerbaijan on September 29. Photo courtesy of Xinhua News Agency
In addition, the Armenian Ministry of Defense stated that the Naka regional forces shot down 5 aircraft and 3 helicopters of the Azerbaijani Air Force on the 2nd. The Azerbaijani side has not yet responded to this news.
Video exposure! In the Naka region, Azerbaijan destroyed 8 “hail” rocket launchers in Armenia
On September 30, local time, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry announced that it had destroyed eight “hail” rocket launchers of the Armenian army in the Naka region.
On September 30, local time, the armed conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia in the Nagorno-Karabakh region (“Naka region” for short) entered the fourth day. The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan stated that it destroyed eight “hail” rocket launchers of the Armenian army in the Naka region.
According to the Russian Sputnik News Agency, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry stated on September 30: “During the battle tonight, the Azerbaijani army destroyed eight enemy’hail’ rockets.” The Azerbaijani Defense Ministry website also released a video of the action.
On September 27, a new round of conflict broke out in Armenia and Azerbaijan in the Nagorno-Karabakh region (“Naka region”). The two sides accused each other of violating the ceasefire agreement and took the lead in launching a military offensive. Armenia declared martial law and military mobilization. The President of Azerbaijan approved the implementation of martial law and curfews in many cities and announced some military mobilizations.
The Naka region is located in southwestern Azerbaijan, and its residents are mostly Armenians. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a war for Naqqa, and Armenia occupied Nakka and its surrounding part of the territory of Azerbaijan. In 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached an agreement on a comprehensive ceasefire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility due to the Naka issue, and armed conflicts between the two countries have occurred from time to time.