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6 December,


Armenia shelled civilians in cemetery during funeral, caused casualties - PHOTOS

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The names of those killed and wounded as a result of the shelling of the cemetery by the Armenian Armed Forces in Tartar have been announced.
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Eurasia Diary reports quoting APA that Rustamov Vasif Bahadur oglu (1962), Orujov Parviz Novruz oglu (1989), Zamanov Shakir Khasay oglu (1988), Mammadov Fuzuli Ali oglu (1966), Amirov Nofal Yelmar  were killed as a result of the incident. Amirov Iskander Yelmar oglu (1967), Allahverdiyev Elsevar Veli oglu (1979) and Gazanfarli Rafael Gazanfar oglu (1986) were injured.

 

Three Azerbaijani civilians were killed as a result of the attack of Armenian Armed Forces in Tartar.

Eurasia Diary reports according to APA, Hikmat Hajiyev, Assistant of the President of Azerbaijan -head of the Foreign Policy Department of the Presidential Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan said on "Twitter".

He said that, as a result of Armenia's deliberate attack to graveyard in Tartar, three civilians killed while other three have been injured: "Armenia  hiding itself behind humanitarian truce pursues policy of terror against civilians. Azerbaijan reserves its sovereign right to protect its civilians."

Hikmat Hajiyev also said that, the number of wounded civilians in Tartar increased to 5 as a result of Armenia's cruel artillery attack to city graveyard. "Does city graveyard have any military meaning or necessity? Absolutely no. Armenia's purpose is just to cause casualities among civilians".

It is reported that the incident took place during the funeral.

Armenian armed forces shelled Tartar city cemetery.

The identities of those killed and injured are being determined.

 

 

 

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