According to the Azerbaijani side, last situation at the front on November 4
During November 3 and night November 4, the Armenian armed forces fired at Azerbaijani fronte positions of the Army units in different directions .
Combat operations continued with variable intensity, mainly in the direction of the Tartar, Aghdam, Khojavend, Zangilan and Gubadli front. The enemy was forced to withdraw with losses of personnel and military vehicles in some areas of the front.
During the day and night, a large number of enemy forces, 2 – T-72 tanks, 3 – D-30 howitzer guns, 1 – “Zastava M-55” anti-aircraft gun, 1 – tactical UAV, 3 – trucks military were destroyed.
At present, our troops are monitoring the operational situation.
* Images of Armenian drones on the Karabakh front.
The video records attacks against the Azerbaijani Armed Forces in the Shushi region.
*Russian President Vladimir Putin declared it he is in contact with Armenia and Azerbaijan, and also expressed his desire to end the conflict by peaceful means.
*Group of Armenian reconnaissance and sabotage soldiers was destroyed in the direction of Zangilan 21+
*Armenians destroyed a group of Azerbaijani soldiers 21+
*Armenian MOD publishes updated data on Azerbaijan Armed Forces losses
– 252 UAV
– 16 helicopters
– 25 aircraft
– 697 tanks
– 6 MLRS “Smerch” systems
– 7155 military
* What you need to know on November 4
-Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said that nearly 2,000 Middle Eastern fighters have been sent to Nagorno-Karabakh and expressed concern about the “internationalization” of the conflict in an interview with the Russian daily Kommersant.
-Armenian officials have for weeks accused Turkey of supporting Azerbaijani forces with mercenaries from Syria.
-Negotiations between Moscow and Yerevan on the “size and type” of Russian military assistance are ongoing, said an Armenian MP and head of a parliamentary foreign relations committee, according to Open Caucasus Media. Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan formally opened talks with Moscow, with whom Armenia has a collective defense pact, over the weekend about possible military support.
-Iran continues to intensify its efforts to be a key player in the resolution of the conflict, which has led to the fighting near its northern border. Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Tuesday that Armenian-controlled territory in Azerbaijan “must be returned” and warned that the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh threatens regional security, AFP reported. Iran, which has good relations with both Armenia and Azerbaijan and, by some estimates, is home to 10 million ethnic Azeris, also warned Baku about the use of Syrian mercenaries, saying it would not tolerate a “terrorist” presence “in the vicinity. from our borders. ”
-Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Hikmet Hajiyev told reporters at a press conference on Tuesday that Nagorno-Karabakh was probably the most militarized region in the world at the moment, journalist Cavid Aga reported.
-Analysts say there could have been some kind of stalemate, as Azerbaijani forces have been close to the second strategically important city of Shusha since late last week. Fighting continued there overnight, Armenian-backed local authorities reported. However, journalist Neil Hauer pointed out that clashes between the two parties have been gradually approaching the city in recent days and that an important route of entry to the region has been closed to civilian traffic. Meanwhile, up to 40% of the region’s main city, Stepanakert, has been destroyed and the city’s mayor told News.Am that 70% of its residents have left.
-Bakú claims it has regained enough territory to resettle 500,000 people, the British newspaper The Daily Telegraph reported.
-The UN reports that around 860,000 Azeris became refugees, or internally displaced persons (IDPs), as a result of the 1988-94 conflict, who fled Armenia or Nagorno-Karabakh.
With reports from AFP, Al Jazeera, Kommersant, News.Am, Open Caucasus Media, and The Daily Telegraph.