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Azeri armed forces fire upon Armenian border settlements

Azeri armed forces fire upon Armenian border settlements

PanARMENIAN.Net - Numerous violations of the ceasefire along the Armenian-Azerbaijani border were reported Friday, Jan 10.

The Azerbaijani armed forces opened fire not only on positions of the Armenian army but also targeted settlements near Berd town, including villages of Nerkin Karmraghbyur and Aygepar in Tavush province, spokesman for the RA Defense Ministry Artsrun Hovhannisyan told PanARMENIAN.Net

“As a result of retaliatory measures, the Azeri fire was stopped,” Hovhannisyan said, adding that no one was killed or injured on the Armenian side.

As reported by Aysor.am, at around 9.00 pm Friday the residents of Nerkin Karmraghbyur village reported continuous shots from the Azeri positions. Head of the village administration Manvel Kamendatyan said shots were heard but apparently in the direction of Aygepar village, the head of which, Andranik Aydinyan, confirmed the information.

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