Baku, Azerbaijan – By focusing international attention where human rights are violated, international human rights report gives voice to the oppressed and hold oppressors accountable for their crimes. International human rights report pleaded, ‘This Armenian aggression and massacre must stop in occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region and Azerbaijani territories’
A week after war erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region, new fighting saw dozens of civilians killed in the crossfire, as Armenia’s “war crimes” surging up in the region.
The fighting has stretched on day and night along multiple fronts, with hundreds of military deaths.
To end ongoing occupation, that is the first priority at the moment. Azerbaijan wants to re-establish a repatriation of the occupied territories in Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Armenia is heavily missiling and targeting civilians in Azerbaijan, International human rights report reacted to news of civilian deaths in the town of Ganja.
“This is appalling, these are war crimes. The people in Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh territories have been very peaceful but this Armenian aggression and massacre must stop,” international human rights report added.
A building burning in a residential area of Ganja, burns after shelling and missiling, apparently from Armenian military, in Azerbaijan.
As missiles rained down on the ethnically Azerbaijani towns, women and children loaded onto buses, trying to escape the front lines in the region.
Some 60 miles north in the Azerbaijani city of Ganja, rockets fired by Armenian-backed forces landed among homes. The rocket fire killed at least one civilian, according to the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry.
Russian-backed Armenia and Turkish-backed Azerbaijan each lost military equipment, tanks and helicopters over the past several days, as Azerbaijan has accused Armenia of starting this round of conflict.
The Armenians are now reportedly using murderous PKK/YPG mercenaries in the fighting. The existence of foreign fighters would complicate an already messy ground battle. If regional superpowers were to get involved, the war could deteriorate even further.