Azerbaijani forces continue operations to save territories
The Azerbaijani army continues its operation determinedly to save occupied territories from Armenia, a defense ministry spokesman said Thursday.
ARMENIAN TANKS WERE SHOT DOWN
“Everything continues in accordance with the operation plan. Destination Karabakh,” Anar Eyvazov said at a news conference where he underlined that the army has not taken a step back from areas liberated from Armenian occupation.
Eyvazov said one unmanned air vehicle belonging to Armenia was shot down by Azerbaijani air defense units in the region near the Armenia-Azerbaijan border Thursday and Armenia's military infrastructure and ammunition depots were hit with artillery.
Armenian forces launched Tockha-U missile strikes on the provinces of Goranboy, Tartar, Aghdam, Aghjabadi and Barda, and some Azerbaijani civilians were killed and wounded, he said.
“Azerbaijani army has no equipment problem. Our army has not taken even a step back from the regions it has liberated from the occupation since the day it launched a counter-attack,” he said, pointing to targets hit by the Azerbaijani army are legal targets in accordance with international rules.
FLAGS OF AZERBAIJAN AND TURKEY ARE ALSO HANGED ON BUILDINGS
Turkey will continue to support Azerbaijan with all means in its conflict with Armenia over occupied Upper Karabakh, the Turkish president said on Thursday.
"As Turkey, we will continue to support our Azerbaijani brothers with all means with all our hearts in line with the principle of 'two states, one nation,'" President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said.
Due to Turkey’s unconditional support for brotherly Azerbaijan, many people on Thursday were seen walking on the streets of Baku as flags of Azerbaijan and Turkey were hanged on buildings.