On the evening of November 1st, and continuing into November 2nd, clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh continued with varied intensity.
In some areas, Azerbaijani convoys were detected by Armenian Defence Army units and were reportedly destroyed.
A video was shared showing an Azerbaijani UAV being destroyed over Stepanakert, Nagorno-Karabakh’s capital.
Azerbaijan reportedly continud to launch missiles and rockets attacks on various civilian settlements.
The Azerbaijani forces attempted to bring armored vehicles close to the southeastern part of the frontline.
“As a result of the Defence Army’s actions, 1 Azerbaijani tank was hit, and the others retreated. At the moment, the tactical situation is under the control of the Defence Army.”
Armenian media also claims that significant success had been reached in repelling attacks.
According to the information received, the Turkish-Baku group suffered losses in the Shushi direction and was thrown back, despite the presence of foreign mercenaries in the battle formations. The fact of the matter is that if Azerbaijan is as far as Shushi, this means that Armenia is, somewhat slowly, but surely losing ground.
“The first assembled assault detachment (in total, up to 200 units) practically approached the city of Shushi, did not get involved in a battle with the Armenian forces at a strong point in the area of Karintar, in the riverbed of the Karkar river, trying to bypass it and continue towards Shushi. This detachment, staffed by fighters from the Turkish mountain special forces, Pakistanis, mercenaries from Syria and Libya, as well as the remnants of the Azerbaijani special forces brigade “052 Yashma”, fell into a fire bag and was defeated. The Armenians, working mainly with mortars and small arms, shot down the enemy, who was trying to gain a foothold on the heights. Leaving at least about 50 people killed and wounded, the enemy withdrew in a hurry. The second group of Turks also tried to advance in the Shusha direction, but was stopped by fire. According to the Armenian side, after this, the enemy did not show any activity in this direction, its losses are being specified.”
Armenia also released a propaganda piece, with “Top 10 Azerbaijani War Crimes”, the list can be seen below as follows. Many of these are, of course, complete proven with sufficient evidence.
On Azerbaijan’s side, the report is that Armenian armed forces fired at the positions of Azerbaijan Army units and our human settlements in different directions of the front using various weapons, including artillery and missiles.
The combat operations continued mainly in the Aghdam, Khojavend, and Gubadli direction.
Defending enemy units were forced to retreat, suffering losses in personnel and military vehicles in some directions of the front. The enemy is facing a shortage of weapons, ammunition, and food supplies. There is a lack of spare parts for auto and other military vehicles.
“During the day and night, a large number of enemy forces, 4 – BM-21 “Grad” MLRS, 10 – different types of howitzers, 3 – trucks loaded with ammunition, and 5 – other auto vehicles were destroyed and wrecked in different directions of the front.”
There were also videos of successful Azerbaijani airstrike videos.
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