Baku, Azerbaijan – Conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia as it enters its 11th day, the Azerbaijani army continues to inflict losses on Armenia. Armenia, cornered, was shocked by the statement it never expected from Russia!

Hot clashes continue on the Azerbaijan – Armenia front line. Armenia, on the one hand, suffered heavy losses on the front, and on the other hand, fell into difficulty when it could not find the support it expected.

Azerbaijan shared images of the village of Şükürbeyli, which was liberated from the occupation of Armenia. The whole world is talking about this photo!

Clashes continue on the Armenian-Azerbaijani front line. According to the statement of the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry, the Azerbaijani army continued its advance and cleared some positions from Armenian forces.

Today, the Armenian army officially announced that 40 more soldiers had died in the battle. Thus, the loss of Armenia in the first 10 days of the conflict increased to 280 soldiers.

In its operation to liberate its occupied territories, the Azerbaijani army announced that it had destroyed 250 tanks and armored vehicles of the Armenian army. “On 27 September-7 October, the Azerbaijani army destroyed 250 tank and armored vehicles, 270 cannon and missile systems, 60 air defense systems, 11 command management and observation zones, 8 ammunition depots, about 150 military trucks and vehicles, One S-300 system.”

The military operation launched by the Azerbaijani army to liberate occupied Nagorno-Karabakh entered its 11th day. After Armenia’s inhumane attacks on civilians, the Azerbaijani army moved to reclaim the territory occupied by Armenia. Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry shared images of the village of Şükürbeyli, which was liberated from the Armenian occupation of Gabriel province.

Russian President Putin has called for a ceasefire for Armenia and Azerbaijan, which are clashing in Nagorno-Karabakh. “The war with Azerbaijan is not taking place on the territory of Armenia,” Putin said, expressing that Russia has no obligation to protect Armenia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a call via Russian media, called the events in Nagorno-Karabakh, occupied by Armenia, a ‘tragedy’ and called for a ceasefire for Armenia and Azerbaijan.

On the other hand, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, who received Russian support while occupying Azerbaijani territory, has run out of hope of getting help against Azerbaijan.

“Russia has no obligation to protect Armenia because the war with Azerbaijan is not taking place on Armenian territory,” Putin told Russian media.

On the other hand, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Russian President Putin held a critical meeting on the conflicts between Azerbaijan and Armenia. The meeting was announced by Aliyev’s press office.

During the meeting between the two, Putin expressed concern about the clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh and called for a halt to the clashes. Describing what happened in the region as a ‘tragedy’, Putin expressed Russia’s concern about the situation, noting that the clashes in the region were the deadliest in 25 years.

Armenia continues its attacks on cities in Azerbaijan. The Armenian army reportedly bombed the cities of Beylagan, Berde and Terter in Azerbaijan.

In a statement, the Ministry of defense of Azerbaijan said that the Armenian army carried out artillery strikes against the cities of Beylagan, Berde and Terter in Azerbaijan.

The Armenian army continued its attacks on civilian enclaves in Azerbaijan, while yesterday it carried out attacks on Ganja, Mingachevir, Khuzestan and Absheron.

Armenia attacked the second great city of Ganja, Azerbaijan again.
In a statement, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said that the Armenian army came under fire from the city of Horadiz in the Fuzuli region of Azerbaijan, villages, Terter and villages in the Aghjabedi region, Goranboy and Goygol regions.

Also from the Berd region of Armenia, the second great city of Ganja was again attacked with fire.

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said that the Armenian administration is ready to make concessions if Azerbaijan responds. “The disputes should be resolved by mutual concessions,” Pashinyan said, adding: “Nagorno-Karabakh and Armenia are ready to respond to the concessions that Azerbaijan is ready to make.”

Pashinyan also said that they are confident that Russia will defend itself by fulfilling its obligations arising from bilateral agreements, if necessary.

Our ear is in the Gospel, our heart is on the front
Civilians, whose homes were destroyed by Armenian army missiles, still do not leave their villages. Azerbaijanis living in truck crates and tractor trailers say, “we will not leave our homeland, our land,” and hope for good news from the front.

Despite the heavy rainfall and adverse weather conditions that have continued in Karabakh for two days, the Azerbaijani army continues its advance to liberate its occupied territory. Armenia, which lost on the front, kept the centers and some villages of Terter, Agdam, Agcebedi, Beylagan, Goygol, Berde and Goranboy provinces of Ganja, the country’s second largest city, under intense artillery fire. Tens of thousands of Azerbaijani families were forced to leave their homes in areas where the fighting was intense.

Azerbaijanis who are refugees in their own country, living away from their homes, on roadsides, in their cars, in truck crates, in tractor trailers, said: “they are bombing our homes, innocent people. Children, we fell into the desert. May Allah help our army, as soon as possible, our army will triumph, and we will return to our own land.”

From 7 to 77, the heart of all Azerbaijanis beats at the front. They eagerly await the Gospel of the liberation of Karabakh, the land they have longed for for 30 years.

Mermer Aliyev, who did not take his 2-year-old son Cemil off his back, said: “I fell into the deserts with my child, we were victims. What sin do innocents have? What do they want from us. We want the occupying Armenian army out of Karabakh. We want to live peacefully in our homes, ” he said.

Families whose homes were destroyed are staying in the rain with their children in the truck safe, where they pull tarpaulin. Kamile Yeliyev and Alnera Alekberova cook for their children in the mobile kitchen, which they set up with a picnic tube, with the ingredients they find and meet around. Kamile Yeliyev said: “Armenia dropped bombs on our village and many houses were destroyed. People have been injured, our animals have died. We threw some blankets, beds, blankets in the car and left the village. When Armenia’s massacre will end, we will return to our own land,” she says.

In the city of Terter, one of the most bombarded civilian settlements in Armenia, Azerbaijanis left their homes and moved into safer inland areas. There have also been tearful stories of forced migration.

Nina Mazgeveya, 82, who stayed in a shelter under a building in Terter to protect herself from bombs, said: “Bombs, rockets fall every day. Because of the attacks, everyone left their homes. People from here left. My children, my grandchildren are gone. My guy’s sick, bedridden at home. I didn’t want to leave him, I live in a bunker because there is danger,” she says.

Civilians in Terter, Azerbaijan, the target of artillery fire by the Armenian army, have been fighting for life in shelters for their safety for 10 days.

Armenia attacks Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline with missile
Armenia’s military reportedly carried out a missile attack on the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline.

Azerbaijan’s prosecutor general’s office said that the Armenian army launched a missile attack on the part of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline passing through Yevlah province around 21: 00.

The statement noted that the attack was prevented by the Azerbaijani army. The statement, which stressed that the BTC oil pipeline is a major strategic project that plays an important role in Europe’s Energy Security, described the attack by the Armenian army as an “act of terrorism”.

Azerbaijan Foreign Minister Bayramov: “the current Armenian administration has a terrorist opinion”

Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov said: “the Armenian administration has a terrorist opinion. They don’t have red lines to achieve their goals.” said.A t a joint press conference with Mevlut Cavusoglu, who held talks in Baku, Bayramov noted that his Turkish counterpart considered his visit at a time of conflict as a clear example of the highest level of solidarity between the two countries.

Bayramov reminded that the Armenian army suffered civilian and military losses as a result of the attack on Azerbaijan on September 27, and then the Azerbaijani army counterattacked, and thanked Turkey for showing full and decisive support at the level of the administration and people in this process.

Bayramov stressed that the reason for the conflicts is that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has not been resolved for 30 years, noting that the UNSC’s decisions to end the occupation unconditionally have not been implemented for many years.

Recalling that the previous Armenian administration also tended to extend the negotiation process, Bayramov noted that Nikol Pashinyan, who came to power in 2018, dealt a heavy blow to the negotiation process.

Bayramov noted that the negotiation process became meaningless during the Pashinyan period, saying: “the illegal presence of the Armenian army on the territory of Azerbaijan is the greatest threat and danger to both Azerbaijan and the region. Recent operations have shown this to the world public again. From the first day of fighting, the opposing side targeted civilians. According to information up to this morning, we have 27 civilian casualties and 143 wounded. This is not a new tactic. Armenia also used this tactic in the 1990s. They aim to cause panic among civilians in order to achieve their goals.” said.

Bayramov, who reported that long-range missiles were fired on Azerbaijani cities far from the Armenian territory and the front line, said: “With this, they aim to ensure that Azerbaijan opens fire against them and attract the military organizations to which they are members, third parties to the conflict.”he made his assessment.

“But there is no red line for Armenia,” Bayramov said, stressing that no country desires military operations, but military operations also have a red line. The fact that Armenians fired 100-200 kilometers from the conflict zone is indicative of their way of thinking. The current Armenian administration has terrorist thinking. They don’t have red lines to achieve their goals., “he said.

Bayramov, who stated that Azerbaijan’s position is based on international law and historical truth, said: “the security of our citizens must be ensured. Illegal military units of a foreign country that pose a threat to the state, the people and the region must be removed from our territory. Peace and stability must be ensured here. Azerbaijan has no problem with the civilian Armenians living here. Our red line is the expulsion of Armenian military units from our country. We will work to the end to get these troops out of our country., “he said.