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No casualties reported as Azeris keep violating ceasefire

No casualties reported as Azeris keep violating ceasefire

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Azerbaijani armed forces continued violating the ceasefire overnight, firing from various caliber weapons at the Armenian positions along the border.

According to the Armenian Defense Ministry, 31 ceasefire violations were registered on August 7-8, with over 4000 shots fired in the direction of Armenian positions. The Armenian side replied times, firing 1425 shots.

No casualties or injuries were reported.

On Aug 7, Nagorno Karabakh defense army soldier was wounded in a skirmish that took place at the line of contact between the NKR and Azerbaijani armed forces, which were reported to suffer human losses. Viktor Abrahamov, 19, received a bullet wound. His health state was rated as grave.

From Aug 6 to Aug 7 morning, 39 ceasefire violations by the Azeri armed forces were fixed, with 546 shots fired. The Armenian side replied 8 times, firing 232 shots.

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