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Karabakh refutes Azeri claims of attempted subversive attack

Karabakh refutes Azeri claims of attempted subversive attack

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Azerbaijani agitprop on Monday, February 13 disseminated yet another piece of clear disinformation suggesting the Armenian side allegedly attempted a subversive attack, later thwarted by Azeri forces, a Nagorno Karabakh army spokesman said.

“Baku, as usual, presented a tasteless and badly-staged footage as an “irrefutable proof” (something which has become quite common lately),” Senor Hasratyan said.

“Nevertheless, Azerbaijan’s defense ministry seems to be decisively losing the ability to soberly assess the reality.”

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