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News, reports, photos / videos on military actions in Karabakh for September 30, 2020

  • List of 23 names of fallen soldiers published in Karabakh

  • The Russian Foreign Ministry called for the immediate withdrawal of "foreign terrorists and mercenaries" from the conflict region

  • Armenian units take combat position of the Azerbaijani Armed Forces, Armenian Defense Ministry reports

  • Armenian Defense Ministry publishes new video from the front line

  • Armenian Post will send parcels for military personnel free of charge

  • Payments on loans to those drafted into the ranks of the army suspended in Azerbaijan

  • French President: "We will not accept the reconquest of Karabakh"

  • "We are not Turkey" - official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry on the country's participation in the settlement of the conflict

  • As a result of provocations of the enemy, 14 civilians were killed in Azerbaijan

  • Three civilians were killed in the Karabakh village of Martakert as a result of bombing by Azerbaijan.

  • Military expert on the situation on the line of contact

  • Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan calls for volunteers

  • Armenia rejects idea of bringing peacekeepers into Karabakh

  • ECHR calls on Azerbaijan, Armenia not to violate rights of civilians

  • Armenian Armed Forces shell city of Tartar - Azerbaijani Defense Ministry

  • UN Security Council called for a ceasefire, a meeting with representatives of the parties can be organized

  • News, reports, photos / videos on military operations in Karabakh for September 29, 2020

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