War escalates! Turkey sends 4000 soldiers to support Azerbaijan, Armenia restricts men from leaving the country

War escalates! Turkey sends 4000 soldiers to support Azerbaijan, Armenia restricts men from leaving the country

According to a report by Arab News Network on the 28th, the Armenian ambassador to Russia stated that Turkey has sent about 4,000 soldiers from northern Syria to Azerbaijan and will assist the Arab side in fighting Armenia.

According to Xinhua News Agency’s earlier report, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a new round of conflict in the Naka region on the 27th. Both sides accused each other of violating the ceasefire agreement and taking the lead in launching a military offensive.

Turkish President’s spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said on the 27th that Armenia launched an attack in violation of international law. “We believe that the conflict can be resolved through peaceful negotiations, but the Asian side is not interested in other things except for continuing to occupy the territory of Azerbaijan.” Turkish President Erdogan had a phone conversation with Azerbaijani President Aliyev on the same day and then wrote on Twitter, “Armenia has launched another attack on Azerbaijan, once again proving that it threatens regional security”.

The Naka region is located in southwestern Azerbaijan, and its residents are mostly Armenians. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a war for Naqqa, and Armenia occupied Nakka and its surrounding part of the territory of Azerbaijan. In 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached an agreement on a comprehensive ceasefire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility due to the Naka issue, and armed conflicts between the two countries have occurred from time to time.

A 90-second review of the 48-hour conflict in Armenia and Azerbaijan: Both sides dispatched heavy weapons to destroy tanks, and hundreds of soldiers were killed or injured (source: video synthesis)
Armenian ambassador to Russia: If Turkey sends fighters, it will use missiles

[Global Network Military Report] Russian Satellite News Agency reported on September 28 that Armenian Ambassador to Russia Toganyan told Satellite News Agency that if Turkey starts to use F-16 fighter jets in the Naka region, Armenia will use Iskander. missile.

Toganyan said: “The (Armenian) military leadership has repeatedly stated that if Turkish F-16 fighter jets appear over the Naka region during a crisis, Armenia will take all measures, including Ikan Del’ missiles. In other words, the Armenian military will use all weapons to ensure safety.”

 

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War escalates! Turkey sends 4000 soldiers to support Azerbaijan, Armenia restricts men from leaving the country

Russia’s “Iskander” Tactical Missile System

The “Iskander” missile is the most advanced surface-to-surface tactical missile system developed by Russia. Armenia became the first foreign partner to obtain this system in 2016.

But Toganyan also said that he has not yet reached this point. The ambassador emphasized that air defense systems can currently be used to eliminate drones in Turkey and Azerbaijan. He said: “At present, our air defense system can cope.”

The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan stated on September 27 that the Armenian armed forces fired on residential areas near the Naka contact line, and civilians were reported dead. The Armenian Ministry of Defense stated that the Naka region was “under shelling and missile attacks.”

The Naka region is located in southwestern Azerbaijan, and its residents are mostly Armenians. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a war for Naqqa, and Armenia occupied Nakka and its surrounding part of the territory of Azerbaijan. In 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached an agreement on a comprehensive ceasefire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility due to the Naka issue, and armed conflicts between the two countries have occurred from time to time.

Armenia imposes martial law to restrict males between 18 and 55 from leaving the country

Haiwainet, September 29. According to a report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 29th, due to the current martial law, Armenia restricts the exit of men between 18 and 55 years old and can only leave the country with written permission from the Military Commission.

Armenia launches military mobilization (Source: Reuters)

According to reports, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a new round of conflict in the Naka region on the 27th. Both sides accused each other of violating the ceasefire agreement and taking the lead in launching a military offensive. The Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan stated that Armenian armed forces fired artillery on residential areas near the Naka region, causing civilian casualties; the Ministry of Defense of Armenia stated that the Naka region was “under Azerbaijani shelling and missile attacks.” On the same day, Armenia announced the implementation of martial law and general military mobilization, while the President of Azerbaijan approved the implementation of martial law and curfew in the city, and announced partial military mobilization.

Many countries including Russia, France, and Germany urge all parties to the Naka conflict to exercise restraint. But Turkey “chooses sides.” Turkish President’s spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said on the 27th that Armenia launched an attack in violation of international law. In this regard, the chief adviser to the Prime Minister of Armenia, Haruti Uyan, said that Turkey’s purpose is to acquire Geopolitical interests.

A new round of conflict broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenia (Source: Video screenshot)

The Naka region is located in southwestern Azerbaijan, and its residents are mostly Armenians. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union, Azerbaijan and Armenia broke out in a war for Naqqa, and Armenia occupied Nakka and its surrounding part of the territory of Azerbaijan. In 1994, Azerbaijan and Armenia reached an agreement on a comprehensive ceasefire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility due to the Naka issue, and armed conflicts between the two countries have occurred from time to time.

 

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