On November 5, intense Azerbaijani strikes targeted a headquarters of Armenian forces in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
In an official statement, the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan claimed that the headquarters was “seriously damaged” as a result of the pinpoint strikes.
“The headquarters of the 7th mountain rifle regiment of the 10th mountain rifle division of the Armenian armed forces in the village of Tonashen, barracks, vehicles loaded with ammunition and other military infrastructure were destroyed by artillery strikes,” the statement reads.
The Azerbaijani MoD also released a video of the strikes. The video, which was taken by a drone, show several direct hits on the headquarters.
The headquarters was likely targeted with precision-guided rockets and missiles, like the Israeli-made LORA, EXTRA and ACCULAR systems operated by the Azerbaijani Armed Forces.
Azerbaijan is escalating its operations in Nagorno-Karabakh. Baku’s forces are advancing in the southern part of the region. However, Armenian forces are holding onto their positions in the eastern and northern parts, where they are showing fierce resistance.
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