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Azeri military base, 5 soldiers destroyed in Armenia’s retaliation

Azeri military base, 5 soldiers destroyed in Armenia’s retaliation

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian troops retaliated to Azeri shelling of Armenian villages in the province of Tavush. At least 5 Azerbaijani soldiers were destroyed in the counterattack, with another 5 injured, Panorama.am reports.

Azerbaijani military base, located on the hills opposite to Armenian village of Paravakar was also destroyed.

The Armenian village of Paravakar in Tavush province was shelled by Azerbaijani armed forces Thursday, September 24.

A village resident, Paytsar Aghajanyan was deadly wounded, the chief of Paravakar, Roland Margaryan told PanARMENIAN.net.

Other border villages were also bombarded: Sona Revazyan (born in 1974) and Shushan Asatryan (born in 1921) were killed in the border village of Berdavan.

The Armenian military warned about retaliatory measures, “with Azerbaijani military-political authorities to bear the entire responsibility for the consequences.”

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