Armenia continues committing environmental terrorism - 
Ministry of Emergency Situations

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Read: 440     15:28     29 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, as well as environmental terrorism, Defence.az reports citing the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan.


The Armenian Armed Forces shelled the territory of the Goygol region, located outside the conflict zone using heavy artillery. As a result, a fire broke out in the forest.T he relevant forces of the MES were involved in the area. Currently, urgent measures are being taken to extinguish the fire preventing it from spreading. Additional information will be provided.

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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Armenia continues committing environmental terrorism - 
Ministry of Emergency Situations

2020/10/1603969960-1603970977.jpg
Read: 441     15:28     29 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, as well as environmental terrorism, Defence.az reports citing the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Azerbaijan.


The Armenian Armed Forces shelled the territory of the Goygol region, located outside the conflict zone using heavy artillery. As a result, a fire broke out in the forest.T he relevant forces of the MES were involved in the area. Currently, urgent measures are being taken to extinguish the fire preventing it from spreading. Additional information will be provided.

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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