Azerbaijan randomly fired from Igla-S, Osa-AK systems overnight

Azerbaijan randomly fired from Igla-S, Osa-AK systems overnight

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Azerbaijani military fired from Igla-S and Osa-AK missile systems on the border with Armenia, through the situation was relatively calm overnight, Armenian Defense Ministry spokeswoman Shushan Stepanyan said Thursday, July 30 morning.

15 ceasefire violations by Azerbaijan were registered throughout night, with 120 shots fired overall.

The situation on the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan escalated on July 12, with Azerbaijan launching several unsuccessful infiltration attempts throughout the next week. The Azerbaijani military also used artillery and combat drones to target civilian homes in several border settlements in Armenia. Five servicemen of the Armenian army were killed, while Azerbaijan reported 12 deaths. In recent days, though, the situation has been relatively calm.

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