Yerevan, Armenia – The occupying Armenian army fell apart, they admitted. Azerbaijan’s most important victory is only 5 kilometers away!

The advance initiated by the Azerbaijani army to liberate its occupied territories continues. As the fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh entered its thirty-fourth day, Armenian forces almost completely disbanded. Araik Harutyunyan, the supposed leader of Nagorno-Karabakh, confessed that they were about to lose the war and had to call on the Armenians to fight on the front.

The thirty-fourth day of clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh, which began on September 27, was entered.

The Azerbaijani army continues its advance against Armenia, which violates all declared ceasefires and continues to attack civilians.

Despite the ceasefire, the Azerbaijani army reportedly inflicted losses on Armenian forces who opened fire on Azerbaijani soldiers and settlements during the night in different directions of the front.

In a statement, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry said that the clashes continued, mainly in the Agdere, Khojavend and Gubadli aspects of the front. It was emphasized that the front was under the control of the Azerbaijani army.

The Armenian army attempts to attack averted, all day yesterday and today the Armenian army in different parts of the front during the night time hours of 2 Su-25 aircraft, 3 T-72 tank, 1 armored infantry vehicle, 2 “Smerc” and 1 “Grad” missile system, 10 different types of Ball, 2 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzers, OSA 1 flak, 1 p-18 radar tool and 4 cars were destroyed, disarmed many of the military personnel noted.

Araik Harutyunyan, the alleged leader of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, which is not recognized by the international community, said Azerbaijani forces were only 5 kilometers away from Shusha, an important and historic city.

Harutyunyan’s statement, such as this confession, also means that Azerbaijan is very close to a historic victory and that Armenia is about to lose its unfair war.

In a video message shared from the front, the so-called leader explained that Armenia is in a difficult situation and called on the Armenian people to join the army and fight against Azerbaijan on the front.

This call was made by Armenian Prime Minister Pashinyan recently, and the public was asked to support the soldiers at the front.

In photos provided to the world by news agencies, many Armenians, not to mention young and old, are seen in Armenia’s camps training to join the army.

Panic is growing in the Armenian army, which has lost almost all its positions. This photo of Araik Harutyunyan meeting with soldiers next to him in a kindergarten shocked the world.

In this image, which Araik Harutyunyan gave on the front line, he literally reflects the panic that Armenia is experiencing and the difficult situation it is in.

And the demoralized image of Armenian army soldiers displayed on the front is noteworthy.

Araik Harutyunyan, who said that Azerbaijani forces are only 5 kilometers from Shusha, an important and historical city, noted that the Azerbaijani army, which wants to capture the city, continues its advance.

In a video message recorded outside the city’s historic cathedral, Harutyunyan called on all Armenians to defend the city.

Shusha in the center of Nagorno-Karabakh, whose Armenian name is Shushi, has historical significance for both Azerbaijanis and Armenians.

Shusha, which is also strategically important, is located on the road connecting Khankendi (Armenian name Stepanakert), the largest city in Nagorno-Karabakh, to Armenia.

If Shusha is captured, the Azerbaijani army will have achieved its most significant victory in Nagorno-Karabakh since the start of fighting on September 27.

A ceasefire was declared three times during the most intense fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh since 1994, but both sides soon accused each other of violating the ceasefire. The talks, scheduled for Thursday in Geneva to find a diplomatic solution to the problem, were postponed, with Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Ceyhun Bayramov and Armenian Foreign Minister Zohrab Mnatsakanyan also attending.

The Armenian leadership acknowledges that heavy casualties have been inflicted in the conflicts and calls on volunteers to fight on the front lines. The so-called Nagorno-Karabakh Defense Ministry said another 47 soldiers were killed Thursday in the clashes, bringing the death toll to 1,166 since September 27.

Nagorno-Karabakh is recognized as part of Azerbaijan by the United Nations (UN) and the international community. However, some areas in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, which accounts for about 20 percent of Azerbaijan’s territory, have been under Armenian occupation since the early 1990s. The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, declared in 1991 in the region, is not recognized by any country in the world, including Armenia.

On the other hand, the Ministry of National Defense announced that the number of downed aircraft belonging to Armenia by Azerbaijan has increased to 5.

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev said that new realities are being formed in the region, and cooperation between Turkey, Iran, Russia and Iran can be talked about in different formats. “In the future, of course, the situation will be different from before the crisis. We have drastically changed the geopolitical order in the region. It’s changed and a lot of stereotypes are a thing of the past,” he said.

“I think that a very positive format of cooperation has developed in our region today among the leading politicians who set the agenda of these places and aim for cooperation. Today, it is possible to mention that there is active cooperation between Turkey, Iran, Russia and Azerbaijan in both trilateral and bilateral formats. We also have cooperation in a triple format, ” he said.

21 Azerbaijani civilians who died in a cluster bomb attack organized by Armenia were sent on their final journey with a funeral ceremony held in different villages.

The bazaar of the city of Berde in western Azerbaijan was attacked by Armenia with more than 140 cluster bombs placed inside the Smerch missile. As the attack took place around noon, when the bazaar was the most crowded, 21 civilians, 5 of them women, were killed.

So far, 90 civilians have been killed and 392 wounded in artillery and missile attacks on Azerbaijani settlements by Armenia.

Since September 27, 11 children have been killed and 8 children injured in ballistic missile and cluster bombs attacks on settlements in Azerbaijan.

Armenia, which violated humanitarian ceasefires in the first minute, is trying to spread the conflict outside Karabakh, experts say, and the Yerevan government has received arms assistance from some states and has established an army of PKK/YPG members.

On the other hand, it was announced that the “Smerch” rocket launcher system used by Armenia in the Berde attack was destroyed.

“Azerbaijan and Armenia need to reach a solution through negotiations within the framework of the Minsk Group, including Turkey.”he explained.

“The leadership of the Soviet Union also did not take an effective decision to ensure the safety of people, Armenia took steps by taking weapons into its hands, ” Putin said, arguing that the first conflicts in Nagorno-Karabakh began from ethnic issues., ” he said.

“Azerbaijan, ‘we have the right to reclaim these lands and to settle the Nagorno-Karabakh issue,” Putin said, noting that Azerbaijan believes that the 7 regions in Karabakh are not associated with Armenia.’he says. Everyone has their own truth, and there is no simple solution, because there is a very complicated knot.” said.

“It is our approach to talk about giving 5 Plus 2 regions to Azerbaijan with the provision of a certain regime in Karabakh, ” Putin said, saying that Russia has a clear approach to the current situation. For a long-term solution, a balance of interests must be achieved that is appropriate for both sides., ” he said.

“Azerbaijan and Armenia need to reach a solution through negotiations within the framework of the Minsk Group, which includes Turkey, ” Putin said, adding that for the solution of the crisis, the conflicts must be stopped and seated at the negotiating table in the first place. This can be achieved I think.”he made his assessment.