Azerbaijan seizes huge quantities of military equipment in Karabakh Azerbaijan seizes huge quantities of military equipment in Karabakh

Azerbaijan seizes huge quantities of military equipment in Karabakh

Azerbaijan seizes huge quantities of military equipment in Karabakh

The Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense revealed military equipment seized in the Karabakh region during its recent anti-terrorism operation against illegal Armenian forces. The ministry said that the area had turned into a "powder keg."

Azerbaijan seized military equipment, weapons and ammunition during its recent anti-terrorism operation against illegal Armenian forces in the Karabakh region.

In a statement on Saturday, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense indicated continued efforts to disarm illegal Armenian armed groups in the region.

Among the seized equipment revealed by the Ministry were 4 tanks, several armored vehicles, cannons, mines, missiles, rockets, bombs, weapons of different calibres, anti-aircraft guns, and tanks.

In a related context, Hikmet Hajiyev, advisor to the Azerbaijani president, confirmed, via the X platform, that Karabakh was transformed into a place resembling a powder keg during the period of Armenian occupation.

He said: "The first three days of the disarmament process revealed that during the years of occupation, the Azerbaijani Karabakh region was transformed into the most militarized region in the world and a powder keg in terms of the number of military depots, weapons and ammunition accumulated."

He added: "We did not expect the region to become military to this extent, given its population and area."

Hajiyev pointed out that disarmament is an essential element in the process of reintegrating Armenians into Azerbaijani society.

On September 19, 2023, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense announced in a statement the launch of an anti-terrorism operation “with the aim of establishing constitutional order in the Karabakh region.”

One day later, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense announced that representatives of the Armenian population in Karabakh submitted a request through the Russian peacekeeping forces stationed in the region, according to which an agreement was reached for Baku to stop its operation against terrorism in the region, and to evacuate the illegal Armenian armed groups and the Armenian armed forces present in Karabakh disarmed and evacuated its military sites.



For the second time in 24 hours Israel targets a resistance military point in Gaza

Israeli warplanes targeted a military point belonging to the Palestinian resistance in the eastern Gaza Strip for the second time within 24 hours, coinciding with demonstrations that took place near the fence separating the Strip for the eighth day in a row.

On Sunday evening, Israeli warplanes bombed a military point belonging to the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas in the eastern Gaza Strip, coinciding with demonstrations that took place for the eighth day in a row near the fence separating the Strip.

Israeli aircraft bombed the point, without immediate reports of casualties, according to Anatolia Agency.

This is the second time within 24 hours that the Israeli army has announced that it has targeted Hamas points in Gaza.

On Sunday, dozens of young Palestinians went out in continuous demonstrations for the eighth day in a row near the fence separating the Gaza Strip and Israel, “denouncing the settlers’ storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque, the ongoing violations in the West Bank, and the continued siege of Gaza.”

On September 17, 303 settlers stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem, on the occasion of the “Hebrew Year celebrations (continuing until October 8), according to what the Islamic Endowments Department in Jerusalem announced, amid ongoing tension in the West Bank following army raids. Israeli for Palestinian cities and camps.


On the other side of the fence, the Israeli army deployed forces, vehicles, and a sniper unit behind the nearby sand hills to disperse the demonstrations in the eastern areas of the Strip.

On the evening of September 15, the period of Jewish holidays began, during which settlers’ incursions into Al-Aqsa Mosque intensified, with the “Hebrew New Year” holiday, and will continue until next October 8.

Since last year, the occupied West Bank has been witnessing a state of extreme tension following the Israeli army’s incursions into Palestinian cities and camps.
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