On October 11, the Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan shared footage of recent drone strikes on Armenian forces in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The strikes destroyed more than five military trucks. Seven gatherings of Armenian troops were also hit by Azerbaijani drones. It is unclear if the strikes were carried out before or after the humanitarian ceasefire, which started on October 10.
The Azerbaijani media also shared a video showing a loitering munition strike on a 2P25 transporter erector launcher of an Armenian 2K12 Kub medium-range air-defense systems. An unknown number of Kub systems are in service with the Armenian Air Defense Force. The Soviet system has a range of 25 km.
In the last few days, Azerbaijani combat drones and loitering munitions destroyed a number of Armenian air-defense systems, including four 9K33 Osa short-range systems and components of a S-300 long-range system.
The Azerbaijani MoD also shared footage from the recently-captured towns of Fizuli, Cabrail, Suqovuşan and a video showing a journalists’ tour in the town of Talish.
The ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh is still holding. However, the repeated violations from both sides may soon lead to a new round of military conflict in the region.
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