Armenia keeps spreading false information over situation in Nagorno-Karabakh

Armenia, realizing that it will fail to keep control over the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region, resorts to every kind of falsification.

Since the eruption of new hostilities on the frontline following the Armenian provocation, the enemy has been spreading false photos and videos on alleged losses of the Azerbaijani side.

Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry announced that Armenians used the photos taken in the conflict zone in Ukraine's Donbas as the evidence of the 'mass murder' of the Azerbaijani Special Forces.

Moreover, Ministry's Spokesperson Vagif Dargahli accused Armenians in spreading false information regarding 'death squads that shoot deserters'. "This is another lie and a provocation of the Armenian side," he said.

He further reported that the morale and combat readiness of the Azerbaijani army are at a high level.

"All the information distributed by the Armenian side is provocative," he stressed. "One does not need to believe in these rumors. Our army is beating off enemy attacks worthily."

The situation on the frontline aggravated on April 2 after the Armenian military units in the occupied lands started shelling Azerbaijan's positions.

To protect civilian population, the Azerbaijani Armed Forces launched counter attacks and as a result, the Azerbaijani troops retook hills around the village of Talish, as well as Seysulan settlement, and also took over Lele Tepe hill located in the direction of Fizuli region.

The hostilities renewed in the occupied Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan on April 4, as the Armenian side continued to shell the Azerbaijani positions although the Azerbaijani side announced unilateral ceasefire on April 3.

As a result of the counter-attack, Azerbaijan's Armed Forces neutralized up to 170 servicemen and 12 units of armored vehicles of the Armenian side, the Azerbaijani Defense Ministry reported.

The Azerbaijani Army destroyed about 270 enemy soldiers since the start of the hostilities, according to the ministry.

Source: Azer News

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