First aid groups formed after Azeri shelling of Tavush province’s villages

First aid groups formed after Azeri shelling of Tavush province’s villages

PanARMENIAN.Net - First aid groups were formed in Armenia following Azeri shelling of 4 border villages, the head of Movses village administration told PanARMENIAN.Net

According to Ararat Avalyan, creation of first aid groups has become a necessity in attack-caused emergencies.

Avalyan further spoke of material damage caused as a result of the attack.

Yet another ceasefire violation was reported on the night of February 13, with Azeri army having shelled border villages of Nerkin Karmiraghbyur, Chinari and Movses in Armenia's Tavush province. No victims were reported; serviceman Gevorg Melikbekyan was taken to a hospital with a leg injury.

According to Armenian Defense Ministry spokesman Artsrn Hovhannisyan, the situation has returned to normal, with armed forces haling the situation under control.

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