The Armenian Defense Ministry asks the media to stop covering the events in Nagorno-Karabakh on air, as this interferes with the work of the army. This is stated in the message of the department on Saturday, October 3.
“This creates a real threat to the actions of the Armenian subdivisions, adjusting the enemy’s fire, and helps to target the civilian population,” RIA Novosti was quoted as saying.
The ministry noted that they had previously repeatedly asked journalists about the same, but some media continue to report both from the front line and from settlements.
Another aggravation in Nagorno-Karabakh took place on September 27. Armenia and Azerbaijan blamed each other for shelling and death of civilians.
Armenia has repeatedly stated that Turkey is participating in the battles on the side of Azerbaijan. Turkey and Azerbaijan deny this information, but Ankara declared its readiness to provide any assistance to Baku upon request.
Russia, France, the United States and the UN called on the parties to a ceasefire and a peaceful settlement. At the same time, Turkey and Ukraine expressed support for Baku.