MES: Armenia's missile strikes destroy civilian infrastructure and cause fire - PHOTOS

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Read: 718     15:20     28 October 2020    

In a violation of humanitarian ceasefire, the Armenian armed forces continue shelling Azerbaijani dense residential areas, civilian infrastructure, including private and apartment buildings using heavy artillery installations and missiles, Defence.az reports citing the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan.


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On October 28, Armenia’s missile strikes destroyed several civilian facilities in Barda city of Azerbaijan and fire broke it in the cars. As a result of the missile attack, 19 civilians were killed and more than 60 civilians were injured. The relevant forces of the MES were involved in the area.

Photo credit: Rio Novosti

The search and rescue operation is underway. Additional information will be provided.

Photo credit: Rio Novosti

Note that the Ministry of Emergency Situations operates in an enhanced mode at the moment. Please, immediately call the “112” hotline of the Ministry in case of any emergency.​

 



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MES: Armenia's missile strikes destroy civilian infrastructure and cause fire - PHOTOS

2020/10/trend-1603884103-1603885086.jpg
Read: 719     15:20     28 October 2020    

In a violation of humanitarian ceasefire, the Armenian armed forces continue shelling Azerbaijani dense residential areas, civilian infrastructure, including private and apartment buildings using heavy artillery installations and missiles, Defence.az reports citing the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan.


Photo credit: Rio Novosti

On October 28, Armenia’s missile strikes destroyed several civilian facilities in Barda city of Azerbaijan and fire broke it in the cars. As a result of the missile attack, 19 civilians were killed and more than 60 civilians were injured. The relevant forces of the MES were involved in the area.

Photo credit: Rio Novosti

The search and rescue operation is underway. Additional information will be provided.

Photo credit: Rio Novosti

Note that the Ministry of Emergency Situations operates in an enhanced mode at the moment. Please, immediately call the “112” hotline of the Ministry in case of any emergency.​

 



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