*The Azerbaijani modernized T-72 Aslan tank captured by the Armenians at the beginning of the fighting was recovered by the Azerbaijanis in the hangar at the deployment point of the Armenian military unit in Fizuli
*The Armenian Defense Ministry publishes footage of strikes on targets of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces.
*Azerbaijani CBC TV channel came under fire from the Armenian / NKR Armed Forces near a cotton processing plant in the center of Tartar.
The ceasefire is not respected by either side of the conflict, with both sides accusing each other of violating it.
UPD: note that there is a large military base of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces next to this plant.
*The Armenian Armed Forces formed his first female detachment to participate in hostilities against the Azerbaijani army. Representative of the Armenian Defense Ministry Artsrun Hovhannisyan announced this on his Facebook page.
*Azerbaijan accused Armenia of hitting strategic oil pipeline
The General Prosecutor’s Office of Azerbaijan said that the Armenian missiles fell 250 meters from the strategic Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline.
“The Armenian armed forces launched rockets in the direction of the Khizi region, which is more than 300 km from the territory of the hostilities,” the Prosecutor General’s Office said in a statement.
The ministry said that the missiles were shot down by the air defense forces of the Azerbaijani army, but some parts of the missiles fell near the oil pipeline near the village of Sitalchay, Khyzi region.
The Prosecutor General’s Office believes that the Armenian side, launching missiles, tried to deliberately destroy infrastructure facilities, creating dangerous conditions for the crude oil pipeline, which could cause significant material damage.
The Armenian Defense Ministry has already denied the statement of the Azerbaijani side. The statement spread by the prosecutor’s office of Azerbaijan is an absolute lie, said the press secretary of the Armenian Defense Ministry Shushan Stepanyan.
It is worth mentioning that the majority of the Baku-Novorossiysk oil pipeline is owned by the Russian state-owned company Transneft.
*Today, in the combat zone, the air defense units of the Artsakh Defense Army destroyed 5 enemy drones.
*The other side of the war …
*NKR Defense Army portable anti-aircraft missile systems operators at Karabakh front line war
*Azerbaijani Armed Forces loitering ammunition , mainly Israeli-made IAI Harop, on military equipment of the Armenian / NKR Armed Forces in the conflict zone.
We would like to draw your attention to the fact that kamikaze UAVs also hit cars moving at high speed. Off the record, just thinking all that targets there was a life…
The UN Security Council has discussed the need to ensure control over the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya, chairing the Council in October, said following a closed meeting on Nagorno-Karabakh.
“Now it is necessary to enforce (ceasefire – TASS note), this is the most pressing issue, since the agreement was reached, but not respected,” he said. “The main issue remains how to ensure control over its implementation.”
“This issue, of course, was discussed during the consultations, and the Council was quite unified in its approaches,” the permanent representative continued. At the same time, he explained that sending a UN observation mission to the region “would require a special mandate from the Security Council.” “This is not a quick process,” the diplomat said. “There were reports that the Russian Defense Minister discussed with colleagues in Armenia and Azerbaijan how this control could be carried out,” Nebenzya said.
The diplomat did not rule out that the OSCE mission could engage in the observation, especially since this organization is in the process of settlement. “Who will be there, in what capacity – is still a question that is being discussed,” he added.
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