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Armenia Claims Significant Success In Repelling Azerbaijan, Reportedly Dozens Killed, Equipment Destroyed

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Armenia Claims Significant Success In Repelling Azerbaijan, Reportedly Dozens Killed, Equipment Destroyed

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On October 6th, fighting in all directions of Nagorno-Karabakh continued.

According to the Armenian side, Azerbaijan had very limited success, if any.

After midnight, in the early hours of October 7th, the Azerbaijani forces tried to go on the offensive and strengthen in the South-Eastern direction, near the approaches to Jabrayil, but was reportedly hit by a well-aimed rocket and artillery strike of the Armenian armed forces.

“At 06:30 am, after another rocket and artillery strike, leaving 60 more dead on the battlefield, as well as 22 units of downed equipment, several dozen units of working equipment, the remnants of three enemy brigades fled in panic.”

A video recording is presumably available, it was not initially provided, but a bit later was shared.

Armenia Claims Significant Success In Repelling Azerbaijan, Reportedly Dozens Killed, Equipment Destroyed

Azerbaijani column just before it was bombed by Armenian forces. Click to see full-size image

“Just recently, as a result of accurate fire from Armenian units in the South-Eastern direction, a large fuel and raw material base of the enemy was hit. The video will soon be published by the Armenian defense Ministry. Opportunities have been created in various areas of the front to build on our success,” Defense Ministry spokesperson Shushan Stepanyan said.

She, earlier, said that some areas were out of reach for Azerbaijani attacks due to effective defense, hyped up with a video.

Furthermore, Armenia announced that the enemy’s “terrorist army” is being mercilessly destroyed. No evidence at all is being provided.

Videos purportedly showing the front and some clashes were released by Armenia on October 7th.

An evidence video of Azerbaijani shelling on Stepanakert was also released.

The Azerbaijani side claimed that Armenian forces targeted a BTC oil pipeline, which Stepanyan denied.

Azerbaijan also began producing local propaganda videos, such as the one below:

The conversation goes the following way:

“-Hello.

– Hello.

– What’s your name?

– Azniv.

– Mrs Azniv, are you Armenian?

– Yes.

– Where are you from?

– I’m from Armenia, but I work here now.

– What’s your job?

– I’m a seller.

– Do your relatives live here?

– No, they live in Armenia and somewhere else.

– We are the Azerbaijani soldiers and we are in our Motherland.

– Welcome home.”

This is somewhat clear evidence that Baku doesn’t plan on withdrawing anytime soon and plans to establish itself in the region.

Additionaly, sources of the @wargonzo project in Odessa report that representatives of the Azerbaijani diaspora are recruiting fighters from the Ukrainian Nazi-infested volunteer battalions “Azov” and “Right Sector” to be sent to the Nagorno-Karabakh front. Salaries are offered between $1,500 and $2,000.

The Azerbaijan side also released videos of the frontline.

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