Baku reports four deaths in Karabakh when a car was blown up

Photo of author

By admin

In the village of Ashagy, Fizuli region of Karabakh, a car was blown up by a mine. As a result of the incident, four citizens of Azerbaijan were killed. This was announced on Saturday, November 28, by the press service of the Republican Prosecutor General’s Office on its Facebook.

“They died when they were blown up by an anti-tank mine while driving a Toyota. Employees of the prosecutor’s office immediately examined the scene and the bodies, ordered a forensic medical examination and conducted other procedural actions, ”the statement says.

A criminal case was initiated on the fact of blowing up a car under the articles “Planning, preparing, unleashing or conducting an aggressive war”, “Violation of international humanitarian law during an armed conflict”, etc. Their investigation continues.

On November 9, Armenia and Azerbaijan, with the mediation of the Russian Federation, agreed to end hostilities. According to the document, the military of Armenia and Azerbaijan remained in their already occupied positions. At the same time, Yerevan pledged to transfer control over the Aghdam, Kelbajar and Lachin regions to Baku, and Russian peacekeepers are stationed along the line of contact and the Lachin corridor connecting Karabakh with Armenia.

On November 19, Russian peacekeepers in Nagorno-Karabakh ensured the security of the passage of the Azerbaijani military from Shushi to the Fizuli region. The peacekeepers continue to ensure the ceasefire in Nagorno-Karabakh and demining the territory of the region.

A new round of the conflict between Baku and Yerevan in Karabakh took place on September 27. The parties blamed each other for the incident. A complete cessation of hostilities was achieved on November 9 through the mediation of Russia.

Leave a Comment