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AZERBAIJANI ARMY MOVED FORWARD AND STOPPED AT ARMENIA’S BORDER

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Armenian users of social networks distributed photos showing the progress of the Azerbaijani army and the liberation of new strategic heights. Armenian participants of the group ‘Military News’ in the social network ‘Vkontakte’ note that after the liberation of new heights the village of Areni came under total control of the Azerbaijani army. (http://armtimes.com/hy/article/138261)

‘New positions of the Azerbaijani army over the village of Areni. These are new photos. The village was completely transferred under the control of the Azerbaijani army. Our positions remained below, and the Azerbaijani positions are at the top. Residents of the village are in panic. Don’t believe those who deny it. It’s better to come and see for yourself,’ wrote user Siranush Tumanyan, commenting on the widespread photos.

This fact was confirmed also by the Press Secretary of the Ministry of Defence of Armenia, Artsurun Hovhannisyan.

‘Yes, the Azerbaijani army has established new posts in the direction of the village of Areni. But there is no reason for panic. Azerbaijan has established positions within its territory. We ourselves have many dominant heights and positions. And often discussions in social networks simply hinder us in solving problems. I ask for restraint,’ said Hovhannisyan.

Recall that earlier we wrote that the special forces of the Independent Combined-Arms Army in Nakhchivan advanced along the neutral zone and liberated new heights, including the height of the Gizilgaya in the Sharur region.

As a result, the village Gunnut, which since 1992 was controlled by the Armenian army, was withdrawn from the enemy firing range. In addition, the Azerbaijani Army was given the opportunity to control the Yerevan-Goris-Lachin road.

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No compensation for families of Azerbaijani soldiers killed in Karabakh

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Several families of Azerbaijani soldiers killed in Karabakh say that the government has not compensated them for their loss.

Families are entitled to a one-time payment of 11,000 manat (about $6,470) should they lose a member serving in the army.

The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection says many of these families received compensation back in the 1990s, which means they are no longer entitled to this benefit.

The Karabakh War (1992-1994) refers to the military phase of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh. According to official data, more than 11 thousand soldiers died on the Azerbaijani side.

The families of some soldiers say they have not received any compensation whatsoever. The ministry insists that this is not the case, but has not yet provided proof that these families were indeed compensated. In response, several families held a rally in front of the Milli Majlis (National Parliament) where the issue is being discussed.

MP Fazil Mustafa blames several government institutions for the situation resulting in citizens dealing with the burden of proving whether or not they received compensation:

“This is the wrong approach. These structures should have their own archive. They must fulfill their functions and refer complainants to the Milli Majlis. Perhaps the number of these people is small, but there should be a reaction to their discontent. Perhaps some of them are wrong, but the state should still look into the matter.”

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Armenia provocation: Villages in Tovuz shelled

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Armenia committed provocation against civilians on the front line, informs the press-service of the Azerbaijani Defence Ministry.

Starting from the evening of September 14 until the morning of September 15, the units of the Armenian armed forces, using weapons of different calibre, including artillery mount, committed provocation on Tovuz, Terter and Aghdam directions.

The enemy, in particular, subjected to fire the positions of the Azerbaijan Army, stationed in the direction of the villages of Munjuglu, Kokhanebi, Asrik Jirdakhan and Garalar of Tovuz region, as well as civilians living in these villages.

There are no casualties among servicemen and the population of Azerbaijan. Damage has been caused to several houses, property of the population and civil infrastructure.

The implementation of such provocative actions by Armenian side on the eve of the significant events and holidays celebrated in Azerbaijan is purposeful.

The Ministry of Defence reports that as a result of urgent retaliatory actions undertaken by the units of the Azerbaijan Army, the enemy’s activity was suppressed. The military-political leadership of Armenia bears all responsibility for the destruction and losses of the enemy.

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Azerbaijani Army prepares for offensive in Karabakh (Large-scale exercises)

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In accordance with the plan approved by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Ilham Aliyev, large-scale operational-tactical exercises with the participation of various military branches of troops, Army Corpses, and formations of the Azerbaijan Army will be held under the supervision of the Minister of Defence, Colonel-General Zakir Hasanov from 17th to 22nd of September.

As informs the press-service of the Azerbaijani Defence Ministry. the exercises will involve more than 20,000 military personnel, more than 200 tanks and other armoured vehicles, more than 120 rocket and artillery mounts of different calibre, multiple launch rocket systems, and mortars, up to 10 fighter jets and bomber aircraft, up to 20 army aviation units for various purposes.

In the course of the exercises, the issues of the tank breakthrough of the enemy’s echeloned defence in several directions, the crushing defeat of armed groups and forward units of Armenia in the territory of Karabakh will be worked out, tasks will be fulfilled for the liberation of the occupied territories by the destruction of military and strategic facilities located on the territory of the enemy by rocket-artillery and air strikes.

The military personnel’s possession skills of the military equipment and weapons that have been adopted into the armament of the Azerbaijan Army over the past year will also be checked.

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