Azerbaijan claimed on Wednesday night that at least 21 people were killed in a missile attack on a village on the Nagorno-Karbakh border. Many people were injured. Armenia has denied the allegations. The report comes from British news agency Reuters and US news agency AP.
The two conflicting states accepted a third US-Brocade cease-fire on Sunday (October 25) in the wake of a two-point Russian-Bruker truce. However, like the previous two points, the two countries rejoined the war within minutes of accepting the cease-fire proposal. The two accused each other of assault before breaking the contract.
On Wednesday night, a spokesman for the Azerbaijan government claimed that Armenia was continuing its missile attacks, targeting various densely populated areas of Azerbaijan. The attack killed 21 people in an area near Nagorno-Karbakh. At least 60 people were injured. He was also admitted to the local hospital.
Armenia has however denied the allegations. He said there was no missile attack in densely populated areas of Azerbaijan. In fact, similar allegations have been made against Armenia before. Azerbaijan said that Armenia was targeting many of its cities. Armenia also denied this. But the horrors of many cities in Azerbaijan, including marijuana, came into the lens of journalists.
On the same day, Armenia retaliated against Azerbaijan, stating that Azerbaijan had carried out missile attacks on populated areas in the Nagorno-Karbakh region. However, Armenia did not report any casualties.