On October 30, Azerbaijani forces resumed their advance in the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh and captured more settlements.
In a statement, President Ilham Aliyev announced that Azerbaijani forces had captured the following settlements:
- Khudaverdili, Gurbantapa, Shahvaladli and Khubyarli of Jabrayil district;
- Aladin, Vejnali of Zangilan district;
- Kavdadig, Mamar and Mollali of Gubadli district;
Meanwhile, Armenian forces continue to push back. In the last 24 hours, a number of villages east of Karin Tak were reportedly recaptured from Azerbaijani troops.
The Ministry of Defense of Armenia claims that Azerbaijan has lost 232 drones, 16 helicopters, 25 warplanes, 649 military vehicles, 6 heavy rocket launchers and 6,914 service members since the outbreak of the battle in Nagorno-Karabakh on September 27.
The fierce resistance of Armenian forces slowed down Azerbaijani troops in the last few days. The cashes are largely limited to Nagorno-Karabakh’s southeastern part.
The Azerbaijani military is relying on its heavy fire power, advanced weapon systems and the support of hundreds of Turkish-backed Syrian mercenaries. Armenian forces on the other side are fighting on their own.
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