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Armenia, Azerbaijan clash again, Armenia seeks Russia's help after 15 soldiers killed

 Armenia, Azerbaijan clash again, Armenia seeks Russia's help after 15 soldiers killed

Armenia, Azerbaijan clash again, Armenia seeks Russia's help after 15 soldiers killed

Clashes erupt again in Armenia and Azerbaijan, Armenia seeks Russia's help after 15 soldiers killed Armenia, and Azerbaijan clashes again after a gap of one year.

According to the foreign news agency, Armenia and Azerbaijan, have accused each other of attacking each other. However, 15 Armenian soldiers were killed in clashes between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces on the eastern border.

According to Armenian officials, the Azerbaijani army arrested 12 Armenian soldiers, while the Armenian Ministry of Defense said that artillery and small arms were used by the Azeri army in the border clashes. Checkpoints have also been liberated from the Armenian occupation.

Armenia, on the other hand, requested Russia's help and urged Russia to defend its territory under the 1987 defense agreement. It should be noted that last year, Russia had also mediated between Armenia and Azerbaijan on the issue of Nagorno-Karabakh.

Azerbaijan's victory in the Nagorno-Karabakh war, Armenia lost,

Azerbaijan, has won a six-week victory over Armenia over the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Azerbaijan and Armenia have signed a peace agreement with the support of Russia on the internationally recognized Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan, which is being hailed as a victory for Azerbaijan. And Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed the agreement, after which the implementation of the agreement has started at 1 pm local time.

The Azeri president has claimed that today is a historic day and that the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict has come to an end and he congratulates the nation on its glorious victory.

He said that the peace agreement was signed on the advice of the army due to the depletion of military resources and lack of fresh troops. The soldiers had been fighting for a month and needed rest. If we did, we would have to face more serious consequences.

Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan achieved great success,

Azerbaijan, has won a landslide victory over the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict with Armenia. According to the Arab News Agency, Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev successfully televised the nation on Sunday, saying that Azerbaijani forces had liberated Shousha, the second-largest city in Nagorno-Karabakh, from Armenian forces and had full control over it. However, Armenian officials have denied the Azerbaijani president's claim that fierce fighting is still going on in the region.

Arab media say that if Azerbaijan's claim in the conflict proves to be true, it will be a great victory for it. The President of Azerbaijan said in his speech that he was very proud to announce that the city of Shusha had been liberated, after which November 8 would be written as a historic day for the people of Azerbaijan, the day we took Shusha back.

According to Arab media, after the President's announcement, large numbers of people took to the streets in the capital Baku to celebrate, chanting slogans in support of their forces and the government.

Nagorno-Karabakh will fight to the end: President Azerbaijan,

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, has vowed to fight to the end on the Nagorno-Karabakh issue. According to the Arab News Agency, addressing a meeting, President Ilham Aliyev said that if negotiations with Armenian forces fail to reach an agreement to withdraw from other regions, including Nagorno-Karabakh, Azerbaijani forces would fight to the last. 

According to Arab media, an important meeting was held between the President of Azerbaijan and the Foreign Minister of Turkey on Sunday in which Ilham Aliyev said that Armenia had no basis for requesting assistance from the Russian military base in this matter.

The President of Azerbaijan said that he wants a solution to this problem through negotiations, which could result in the withdrawal of the Armenian army, otherwise, we will restore our territorial sovereignty at any cost and go to the end.

Azerbaijan's president's statement comes at a time when nearly six weeks have passed since the war between the two countries over the Nagorno-Karabakh issue, with both sides accusing each other of new attacks.

Authorities in Nagorno-Karabakh have accused Azerbaijan of targeting military installations, including its civilian areas, and of launching missile attacks at night.

On the other hand, Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defense has denied targeting the civilian population, saying that Armenian forces are targeting our forces on the border, while shelling was carried out in Tartar and other areas, including the population near the border.

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