Yerevan, Armenia – The clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia entered their 13th day. Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan announced yesterday that he had dismissed the head of the National Security Service, Argishti Kyaramyan. His subsequent statement officially disbanded Armenia.

In Karabakh, it was claimed that a number of people who came to the region from Armenia and who could not be identified had put down weapons to the soldiers.

After that, the head of the Armenian National Security Service, Argishti Kyaramyan, was dismissed.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who fired the intelligence chief during the ongoing fighting on the Karabakh Front, announced to Armenian President Armen Sargsyan that he had removed Argishti Kyaramyan, who took office just 4 months ago. Sargsyan, on the other hand, approved the decree from Pashinyan, officially ending the position of the intelligence chief.

Along with the decree of dismissal, he was also appointed head of the National Security Service of Armenia. Again, on the advice of Pashinyan, Mikael Ambartsumyan was appointed head of the critical office.

“A number of people from Armenia on the Karabakh front line started to order the soldiers to lay down their weapons and to withdraw, ” said Pashinyan, who shared the shocking information shortly after the intelligence chief was fired. ‘Nikol sold your land. This war is a consultative fight. They’re using you for meat in a slaughterhouse. Leave the positions and go home,” he said.

Armenia’s attack on Nagorno-Karabakh in the 1990s and its subsequent occupation of Azerbaijani territory forced thousands of Families, Children and children to emigrate. Babies who were arson that day grew up listening to the terrible massacres of Armenia from their families and burning with homesickness.

30 years after the occupation, those babies who were forced to emigrate from their lands on the lap of their mothers that day are fighting to save their own lands on the front line in the Azerbaijani Army today.

Azize Mehdiyeva, who was forced to emigrate from Nagorno-Karabakh in 1994 during the occupation of Armenia, said: “My 2 sons, who were in my arms that day, are fighting today in the army to take their own land. On that day, when we fell into the deserts (when we emigrated), one of my sons was 3 years old, and the other was one year old. Today, one is 29 and the other is 27. They’ve become soldiers, now they’re fighting at the front. They will fight until we get our own land,” he says.

Armenia continued to hit civilian settlements on the 12th day of the clashes. In the provinces of Goranboy, Terter, Aghdam, Berde and Aghjabedi, many points with civilians were hit by Armenia.

A civilian was killed as a result of a rocket hit in the city of Goranboy, while a rocket hit a cafe in the city of Berde. 3 civilians in the cafe were injured. One of the 4 rockets fired at Berde, Armenia, was destroyed in mid-air. The number of civilians killed in attacks on civilian settlements has risen to 31.

Jamal Kamberov is one of the front-line fighters in the Karabakh operation. Kamberov, who triumphantly returned to the town of Gabriel, which he left 27 years ago when he was 7, shared this photo on his social media account with the message “27 years later, I am in my homeland.”

The Armenian army, which suffered heavy losses on the front line, attacked settlements in Ganja, Azerbaijan’s second largest city, miles from the conflict zone of Nagorno-Karabakh.

During the night, a missile fired by Armenia crashed near the Nizami Ganja Museum and a middle school.

A hole of about 1.5 meters formed where the missile fell. Some businesses on the damaged street had Turkish and Azerbaijani flags hanging side by side.

“The fact that Armenia hit this city reveals the purpose and purpose of their attacks.”

“But look, we have Turkish and Azerbaijani flags on us. These flags will be waved as they are waved here,” he said.

The Azerbaijani army destroyed 10 more tanks of the Armenian army in an operation it launched to liberate its occupied territory.

Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Defense announced that 10 tanks, 6 D-20 Howitzer cannons, an Akatsiya self-propelled howitzer and 30 vehicles belonging to the Armenian army had been destroyed the previous day.

In brief, 27 September-8 October between the dates of, 260 of the Armenian army tanks and armored vehicles, 277 60 cannon and missile system air defense system, command, management and observation of 11 Parish 8 ammunition depot, approximately 180 military trucks and vehicles with S-300, it was stated that the system was destroyed.

As fighting continues in Karabakh, an important step in the name of diplomacy has come from Russian President Vladimir Putin. Putin invited the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia to Moscow for peace talks.

Putin held a series of phone calls with the leaders of Azerbaijan and Armenia, and both ministers will be in Moscow today, the Kremlin said in a statement. “The president of Russia calls for a ceasefire for the exchange of detainees and funerals in Karabakh,” the statement continued.

Co-chairs of the OSCE Minsk Group Russia, the United States and France have also begun a marathon of negotiations with the parties. According to leaked information from the French delegation, the talks began at a secret address instead of the UN building in Geneva, Switzerland.

Representatives of Russia, the United States and France will first meet among themselves, and then invite Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov.

France and Russia will personally be represented by foreign ministers Jean-Yves Le Drian and Sergey Lavrov.