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Armenia publishes video of alleged destruction of Azerbaijani tanks on Nagorno-Karabakh contact line.
Ruptly Sep 27, 2020
Mandatory credit: Ministry of Defence of Republic of Armenia
The Armenian Defense Ministry has published a video of the alleged "shelling of tanks of the Azerbaijani armed forces on the contact line in Nagorno-Karabakh," on Sunday.
Ruptly was not able to independently verify the footage.
According to the Armenian ministry, at least two helicopters, 14 unmanned aerial vehicles and armoured vehicles of Azerbaijan were destroyed by the troops of Nagorno-Karabakh Republic region. The Azerbaijan Ministry of Defence has denied that information.
The Armenian side also stated that the region was attacked by Azerbaijan from the air and via missile weapons.
According to the press secretary of the Nagorno-Karabakh President Vahram Poghosyan, the Azerbaijani army shelled local inhabitants in the territory of republic on Sunday morning.
The Azerbaijanian Ministry of Defence stated that the country's army does not fire at the civilian population of the Armenian side. In addition, the ministry stated that Armenia was the first side to open fire, in response to which the Azerbaijani forces launched a counter-offensive operation.
According to the reports of the Azerbaijanian department, there are some citizens amongst the victims, after the Armenian side shelled settlements on the contact line.
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliev stated in his television announcement that the country will "answer" Armenia's actions. In addition, he said that currently the enemy's positions are being attacked, and military equipment has been destroyed.
In response to Baku's statements, Armenian Defence Minister David Tononyan stated that "the army of the Republic of Artsakh suspends all enemy's attempts, causing heavy losses to them. He added that "the Armenian armed forces are ready to provide any support to ensure the security of the population of Artsakh."
The Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan announced martial law and a total military mobilisation in the country on Sunday.
"The government of Armenia made a decision to declare a state of martial law announcing nation-wide mobilisation on the territory of the republic. The decision comes into force after its publication. All military personnel assigned to army forces are to be summoned to their military commissariats. In the name of the Motherland, in the name of Victory," he wrote on his Facebook account.
After the escalation of a conflict, the president of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic region, Arayik Harutyunyan, also declared a state of martial law on the territory of the republic.
The Turkish President Erdogan expressed support for the Azerbaijani authorities, and said that "the Armenian leadership is trying to use citizens as puppets. I call on the international community to support the fair position of Azerbaijan, which opposes the policy of occupation and violence."
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs called for the "sides to cease fire immediately and to commence negotiations in order to stabilise the situation."
The head of the Russian MFA in dialogue with his Armenian counterpart Zohrab Mnatsakanyan offered mediation attempts to help de-escalate the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. Leaders of France, Austria, Germany and other European countries also called for a suspension of military operations and negotiations.
Azerbaijan has ‘handed over’ command of its Air Force operations in Nagorno-Karabakh to Turkey, Armenian Defense Ministry claims.
RT.com 30 Sep, 2020 21:14
The Azerbaijani military has passed control of its air force operations in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region to Turkey, Yerevan claimed on Wednesday. Ankara dismissed the allegation, labeling Yerevan's assertions "propaganda."
While Turkish officials say none of their aircraft have been used in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Yerevan says Ankara's military command has allegedly been coordinating Azerbaijani airstrikes against targets in Nagorno-Karabakh. These assertions were made by Armenian defense ministry spokeswoman, Shushan Stepanyan in a series of Twitter posts.
She claimed Turkish officers “directly control” the actions of Azerbaijan’s military aviation from aboard an E-7T early warning and control aircraft flying over Turkish territory between the cities of Erzurum and Kars, west of Armenia’s borders.
The Turkish Air Force possesses at least four Boeing 737 AEW&C, also known as E-7Ts in Turkey. Outfitted with an array radar capable of simultaneous area search and fighter control at a distance of over 600 kilometers, these planes are designed for early warning and coordination of airborne missions. Their role in the recent flare-up between Armenia and Azerbaijan remains unclear.
Stepanyan claims that Ankara has overseen at least two air strikes that the Azerbaijani forces launched against the towns of Hadrut and Martuni, located in the disputed region. She also alleged that at least two Turkish F-16 fighters took part in these air raids. Yerevan did not reveal if the attacks resulted in any casualties or material damage.
Turkey has denied that any of its forces are deployed to aid Baku in its conflict with Yerevan while maintaining that the Azerbaijani army has “the ability and qualifications to achieve victory on their own.” On Wednesday, Turkey’s Ministry of National Defense issued a statement accusing Armenia of disseminating “false claims” and “propaganda.” Ankara stated that Yerevan lacks evidence to justify its claims, claims that cannot be “taken seriously.”
Later on Wednesday, Stepanyan published a video on her Facebook page, which appears to be a flight-tracker map, purportedly showing the movements of the Azerbaijani Su-25 planes and Turkish F-16 jets over Nagorno-Karabakh. The jets marked as F-16 on the video were, however, moving not from Turkish territory to the south but from a north-western region of Azerbaijan. The video also supposedly showed the Turkish E-7T control aircraft circling above the Turkish territory west of Armenia.
Baku has not commented on Yerevan’s statements, while posting a series of videos showing its forces supposedly launching airstrikes against Armenia’s artillery positions and a gathering point. The ministry did not name the areas targeted in the airstrikes.
It is not the first time that Armenia has accused Turkey of fighting on the Azerbaijani side. On Tuesday, it said a Turkish F-16 fighter had shot down an Armenian Su-25 jet – something that both Baku and Ankara denied. At the same time, Turkey has vowed to help Azerbaijan repel “Armenian aggression,” offering both diplomatic and military assistance.
The developments come following an outbreak of violence between the two neighbors over this long-disputed territory. The conflict broke out on Sunday, after an exchange of fire between the Azeri and ethnic Armenian soldiers in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
The ethnic Armenian enclave, which is a self-proclaimed republic but is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, has been in a state of frozen conflict between Yerevan and Baku since the Nagorno-Karabakh war that ended in 1994 with ethnic Armenian victory.
Azerbaijan maintains that 20 percent of its territory is illegally occupied by Armenia. Each side has accused the other of killing civilians, while posting videos purportedly showing their rival’s military hardware being destroyed.
Syrian JIHADIST fighters are operating in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh, French President Macron says, citing ‘credible information’
RT.com 1 Oct, 2020 14:11
Militants from extremist groups previously active in Syria have arrived in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh amid the ongoing military conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, French President Emmanuel Macron has said.
“Now, we have credible information, which indicates that Syrian fighters from some jihadist groups have reached the Nagorno-Karabakh battlefield through Gaziantep,” Macron told journalists as he arrived at an EU summit in Brussels, on Thursday, mentioning a southern Turkish city the militants supposedly passed through on their way to the disputed region.
The French leader stopped short of accusing Ankara of being involved in the alleged deployment but said that “this is a very serious new fact that changes the situation” on the ground.
The statement comes hours after Macron, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and US President Donald Trump issued a joint statement calling for an immediate ceasefire between Yerevan and Baku, and condemning the recent escalation of violence “in the strongest terms.”
The century-old conflict between the two neighbors flared up last weekend following an exchange of fire between the Azerbaijani and ethnic Armenian forces in the disputed region. Nagorno-Karabakh is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but has been de facto controlled by its ethnic Armenian population since the end of the war that broke out during the collapse of the Soviet Union. Both Baku and Yerevan believe they have strong claims on this territory.
While Russia has publicly remained neutral, calling on both sides to cease violence and offering to mediate talks, Turkey has pledged support to Azerbaijan, offering military and diplomatic assistance in repelling what it called “Armenian aggression.” Ankara has since repeatedly denied its forces were in any way involved in the confrontation, despite Armenia accusing Turkey of coordinating Azerbaijani airstrikes and shooting down Armenian military aircraft.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has dismissed a call for a ceasefire from the three presidents as unacceptable, while declaring it was “time to act.”
Women line up to join Armenian army.
RT Oct 2, 2020
Dozens of Armenian women reportedly turned up to an army recruitment center on Thursday, wanting to join the fight against #Azerbaijan in #NagornoKarabakh.
Television cameras at the center in the capital, Yerevan concentrated on several young women who were seemingly applying for military roles as the conflict in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region continues.
Harutyun Hakobyan, a police lieutenant colonel, said that 98 women had already been sent to the frontline and that nearly 400 women will eventually be deployed.
Violence broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh on Sunday. The region is within Azerbaijan but is controlled by ethnic Armenian forces backed by the #Armenia's government.
Armenian and Azerbaijani forces blame each other for continuing attacks which have killed dozens so far.
Nagorno-Karabakh: Shelling hits landmark 19th century cathedral amid ongoing clashes.
Ruptly Oct 8, 2020
A 19th century historical church in the city of Shushi in Nagorno Karabakh was seriously damaged after a reported shelling in the area on Thursday.
Footage from inside the Holy Savior Cathedral shows a large hole in the building's roof, as the floor was filled with broken glass, debris, and rubble.
According to the Armenian army, the shelling was carried out by the Azerbaijani forces, while on its turn the Azerbaijani Defence Ministry denied standing behind the attack.
The President of the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Arayik Harutyunyan described the attack as an “act of vandalism”, which "goes against the laws of humanity and God."
Fighting in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh broke out on September 27 when Azeri and ethnic Armenian soldiers exchanged fire. It's been the heaviest clashes in the region since 2016 with dozens of casualties reported. Both sides blame each other for the escalation and report of thousands of casualties.
France, Russia and the US were holding negotiations on Nagorno-Karabakh in Geneva on Thursday and are planning to continue them on October 12 in Moscow.
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Iran: Armenia should leave "occupied lands" of Azerbaijan - Govt spox Rabiei.
Ruptly Oct 6, 2020
Iranian government spokesperson Ali Rabiei emphasised that Tehran believes that Armenia should leave the "occupied lands" of Azerbaijan amid the ongoing clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh, at a press conference in the Iranian capital on Tuesday.
Rabiei also stressed that Iran would react if the conflict in its neighbouring countries spilled over its borders.
"We are deeply worried about any harm to the lives and properties of our citizens in our borders. In case of repetition of this accident, with considering all the possible options, we won't be indifferent," said the spokesperson, in reference to recent incidents where shells from the conflict injured people on Iranian soil.
Rabiei explained that Iran is "in a unique position" to mediate between the parties and repeated that Iran had formulated a plan t to end the conflict.
On US President Donald Trump's recent coronavirus infection and having contracted the virus himself, Rabiei said that he thought having the virus would be "a good experience for Mr. Trump to think about humanitarian issues."
"I hope COVID-19 will have this effect so he thinks in a more humanitarian way considering other people lives and universal issues and [make him] able to change their cruel view of health and the right to life," he stated.
Urging a ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, Putin confirms Russia will fulfil defense-pact obligations to Armenia.
RT.com 7 Oct, 2020 14:04
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called the ongoing military face-off in disputed Nagorno-Karabakh a “tragedy” and has indicated his willingness to honor Russia’s long-standing mutual defense treaty with Armenia, if required.
Speaking to the Rossiya TV network, Putin noted that two million Azerbaijanis and over two million Armenians live in Russia, and that “a huge number of Russian citizens maintain close, friendly and even familial relations with both republics.”
“This is a tragedy,” the president said. “We are very worried, because Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Nagorno-Karabakh are all territories inhabited by people who are not strangers to us.”
Although Russia acts in an official capacity as a meditator of the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, Yerevan and Moscow are officially allied as part of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), along with Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. According to the organization’s agreement, aggression against one CSTO member is perceived as aggression against all. Therefore, if Azerbaijan attacks Armenia territory, Russia is obliged to help out.
“As you know, Armenia is a member of the CSTO, and we have certain obligations to Armenia under this agreement,” Putin explained. “To our great regret, the fighting is still going on, but it is not being conducted on the territory of Armenia.”
The president noted that Russia will continue to discharge all its obligations under the treaty, and has urged Yerevan and Baku to agree on a ceasefire.
Along with US President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron, Putin last week called for “an immediate cessation of hostilities between the relevant military forces." Russia, the US, and France are chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group, which is tasked with ending the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict.
The dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia is decades old, with both countries believing they have strong claims over Nagorno-Karabakh. The region is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan, but is primarily populated by ethnic Armenians. Baku considers the enclave to be illegally occupied by Armenia. In the past fortnight, the war has again flared up.
'We should not forget who started this stage of war': Armenian president on Nagorno-Karabakh conflict in exclusive RT interview.
RT.com 12 Oct, 2020 21:51
Armenian President Armen Sarkissian told RT that Azerbaijan has initiated the latest round of clashes over Nagorno-Karabakh and expressed hope that the Moscow-mediated ceasefire will hold despite problems on the ground.
“We should not forget… who started this stage of war. It was the Azeri side, not the people of Nagorno-Karabakh,” Sarkissian told RT’s Ilya Petrenko in an interview.
Inhabited mostly by ethnic Armenians, Nagorno-Karabakh seceded from Azerbaijan in 1991 and declared itself an independent republic after the 1994 armistice. The government in Baku maintains that the region is an “occupied territory” and demands its return.
The conflict frozen for 26 years erupted again on September 27, with both sides blaming the other for starting it. Hundreds of people were killed before Moscow brokered a ceasefire that was scheduled to go into effect on October 10.
On Sunday, Azerbaijan accused Armenia of shelling the city of Ganja, north of Nagorno-Karabakh, killing nine civilians and injuring 34. Baku also released drone footage of the destruction.
Sarkissian did not deny there were violations of the October 10 ceasefire from the Armenian side, saying they were provoked by Azerbaijan’s initial violations - a claim that Baku denies. Sarkissian, however, insisted that it was not Armenia who shelled Ganja.
“I’ve clear information from my government, from Ministry of Defense and Foreign Ministry... that it’s definitely not Armenia that has shelled it,” Sarkissian told RT. He also noted that Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh, was shelled on Saturday just after the ceasefire went into effect.
Fighting has also continued in Hadrut, on the southern side of Nagorno-Karabakh. A RT crew was caught in the shelling on Monday.
Meanwhile, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev insisted that all talks on solving the crisis should be between Baku and Yerevan directly, without what he called the “puppet regime” in Nagorno-Karabakh, and that there can be no discussion on whether the “occupied territories” should be returned to Azerbaijan, only when.
In an interview with the Moscow daily RBK, Aliyev also said that Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan should thank Russian President Vladimir Putin for “saving” him from defeat.
“When Pashinyan gave us an ultimatum, when he offended the feelings of Azerbaijanis, he deserved to be punished for it. And we did so.” Aliyev said. “He should thank Putin for the fact that once again, Russia came to Armenia’s rescue.”
The full interview with the Armenian president will air on RT at 10:30 Moscow time (0730 GMT) on Tuesday.
Last Edit: Oct 12, 2020 19:24:25 GMT -5 by TsarSamuil
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