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On September 27, Turkey and Azerbaijan launched an indiscriminate attack on peaceful settlements in Artsakh and Armenia. For the first time in nearly 30 years, the capital city is under heavy artillery and drone fire.

Using long-range ballistic missiles, cluster bombs, drones and fighter jets, and importing foreign terrorists, the attack is aimed at wiping out the local Armenian population.

Armenia has stood up to the attack, joining the battle against global terror. With Turkey recruiting up to 4,000 Syrian jihadists and arming them with its advanced military arsenal, once-green and welcoming cities are being turned to rubble as families hide in basements or flee to the mountains.

For 10 days, Azerbaijan has been shelling the capital of Artsakh, Stepanakert, and other towns and villages with long-range ballistic missiles and cluster munitions, internationally banned by the Convention on Cluster Munitions. These inhumane attacks spread explosives over large civilian areas, some of which don’t immediately explode. This will pose a threat for civilians long after the attack.

Dozens of civilians, including children, have been seriously injured and killed.



Azerbaijan has also continuously been targeting the press, both local and international, shelling 2 buses, seriously injuring 2 French journalists and killing another, to stop the truth getting out.

Armenia has invited correspondents from across the world to cover the conflict transparently. In an attempt to manipulate the international media, Aliyev has blocked all social media platforms in Azerbaijan and prohibited international journalists from covering the conflict.

President Erdogan of Turkey has expressed his full military support to Azerbaijan, in contempt of USA, France, Russia and international peacekeeping bodies calling for peace. His expansionist policies are destabilizing the region.

As democracies, Armenia and Artsakh are now fighting against two authoritarian regimes to defend their right to live on their ancestral land. And in this fight they currently are at the global front-line, standing up for global peace, human rights, and regional security.

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