Three Armenian civilians injured in Azerbaijan’s shelling

Three Armenian civilians injured in Azerbaijan’s shelling

PanARMENIAN.Net - At least three civilians have been injured in Azerbaijan’s large-scale military offensive against Armenia, which started late on Monday, September 12 and is still ongoing.

One of them is in serious condition, while the other two are in satisfactory condition, the Ministry of Health said Tuesday.

Health authorities, however, have not provided information about the injured among the military, with Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan earlier confirming the death of at least 49 servicemen.

The Armenian Defense Ministry said on Tuesday morning that the situation had not changed significantly, with the Azerbaijani military continuing to shell the Armenian positions and civilian homes. Photos published online show damage to residential buildings in villages situated the closest to the border.

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