Pentapostagma: Partisan war broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh


More than a month ago, an agreement was signed between Baku and Yerevan to end the military confrontation in Nagorno-Karabakh. However, for many Armenians who disagree with the text of the treaty, the war is not over - many of them are gathering in partisan detachments and attacking Azeri servicemen. Writes about this Greek resource Pentapostagma.


Most of the Artsakh military do not want to recognize the trilateral ceasefire agreement and are already preparing to complicate the life of its participants. All these Armenians consider the surrender of territories to Azerbaijan to be the greatest betrayal of those in power and, as partisans, are preparing for the next "hot" stage of action.

According to Turkish and Azerbaijani media, dozens of "unknown" Armenian soldiers are hiding in the forests of the NKR, effectively taking revenge on Azerbaijanis for crimes against civilians.

According to Anadolu, the Ministry of Defense and the State Security Service of Azerbaijan issued a joint statement on the violation of the ceasefire observed in recent days in the city of Hadrut in Nagorno-Karabakh, where groups of armed people from among the Armenians have moved. In the Armenian press, information appeared that these people “got lost” in the forest zone, and that the Armenian authorities appealed to the command of the Russian troops with a request to withdraw the Armenian military personnel from this region.

It is also reported about regular attacks by Armenians who have not resigned themselves to the defeat and about their sabotage against the actions of the Azerbaijani side. Thus, an attack was made on servicemen of the Azerbaijani army in the village of Sur in the Khojavend province, as a result of which three soldiers were killed and two were wounded. The State Security Service of Azerbaijan was forced to launch a military operation against the Armenians in these regions, but it did not give results. It looks like a real partisan war broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh.
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  1. Valentine Offline Valentine
    Valentine (Valentin) 14 December 2020 19: 04
    +4
    Well, what's the point - to withdraw all our peacekeepers from Nagorno-Karabakh, and let the Armenians solve their problems one-on-one with Azerbaijan. Let the Armenians thank Putin that Aliyev did not seize all of Karabakh.
  2. Cucumbers Offline Cucumbers
    Cucumbers (Cucumbers) 14 December 2020 19: 53
    0
    There is a gold deposit in Karabakh - maybe it is to blame?
  3. Voronezh hiyary Offline Voronezh hiyary
    Voronezh hiyary (orkhan naghiyev) 14 December 2020 20: 16
    -1
    The peacekeepers should allow Azerbaijan to quickly deal with these disagreements. Otherwise, a new war will break out.
    1. rotkiv04 Offline rotkiv04
      rotkiv04 (Victor) 14 December 2020 20: 34
      +1
      Quote: Voronezh khiyary
      The peacekeepers should allow Azerbaijan to quickly deal with these disagreements. Otherwise, a new war will break out.

      And with whom you will fight, with peacekeepers or with partisans, if with the latter, then this hemorrhoids will be provided for you for a long time, and with the first you will not get anything at all
    2. bobba94 Offline bobba94
      bobba94 (Vladimir) 14 December 2020 23: 24
      0
      Now is not the time. Eight years will pass, perhaps less and everything will fall into place, namely, there will be no isolated territory, there will be no peacekeepers, there will be a single territory of Azerbaijan. But, I repeat, this will happen in 8-6 years.
  4. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 14 December 2020 21: 47
    -1
    sabotage against action

    - it's good...
  5. DMU Offline DMU
    DMU (Dim) 15 December 2020 14: 48
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    Quote: Voronezh khiyary
    The peacekeepers should allow Azerbaijan to quickly deal with these disagreements. Otherwise, a new war will break out.

    what else does Russia owe you ???
  6. alexey alexeyev_2 (Alexey Alekseev) 24 December 2020 11: 12
    +1
    Armenian partisans. The funniest anecdote in the last 20 years