On November 2 Ministry of Defense of Azerbaijan issued an announcement saying that it shot down a Su-25 fighter of the Armenian Air Force.
The statement stated that the Armenian army launched an attack on the Zanyiran area in the border area between the two countries on November 1, using mortars and various large-caliber weapons to fire at the Azerbaijani garrison positions in order to occupy multiple advantageous high grounds.
The Afghan army grasped the enemy’s offensive attempt in time, severely damaged the Armenian army, and shot down an Armenian Su-25 fighter that carried out an air attack on the Afghan position.
At present, Armenia has not yet responded to this. According to Naka’s news, a local volunteer army wiped out 20 Turkish special forces in the Askelan area.
On the 2nd, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Ludenko said that Russia does not yet have complete information about the United States’ plans to deploy Scandinavian peacekeeping forces to the Naka region, but in any case, this must be agreed by both parties to the conflict.
No one (OSCE) Minsk group co-chair country should join the peacekeeping forces, including the United States and its neighbors. Turkey’s intervention is an inappropriate precedent. All feasible solutions must be reached through negotiation between the conflicting parties.
On September 27, Armenia and Azerbaijan broke out in armed clashes in the disputed area of Nakah. With the mediation of Russia, France and the United States, the two countries reached a humanitarian ceasefire agreement three times in October.
However, after the ceasefire agreement took effect, the two sides continued to accuse each other of breaking the ceasefire agreement to launch attacks, and denied that they violated the ceasefire agreement.
On October 30, the Foreign Ministers of Asia and Azerbaijan held talks in Geneva, Switzerland, and did not reach a new ceasefire agreement, but promised to ease tensions, including not launching attacks against civilians, exchanging prisoners and the remains of fallen soldiers.