YEREVAN, November 4. /ARKA/. Azerbaijani-Turkish armed forces fired a rocket from the Smerch installation at the Mother and Child Health Center in Stepanakert, the Artsakh State Emergency Service reported.
“According to preliminary data, one person was injured here, he was hospitalized,” the agency reports on its Facebook page.
It said that the enemy also opened fire at a residential area. As a result, one garage and one car burned down. Significant damage was caused to nearby residential buildings.
The State Service reported that 3 Smerch missiles were also fired in the direction of Shushi.
“There are now two residential buildings on fire. Rescuers are working on site. Data on victims are being specified,” the department reported.
On October 28, the Azerbaijani troops carried out more than 15 strikes at Stepanakert and Shushi, deliberately targeting the Maternal and Child Health Center, as well as a number of residential buildings and public facilities in the capital. In Shushi, one civilian was killed and two were wounded, a residential building was completely destroyed, and a school was damaged.
War in Artsakh
Since September 27, Azerbaijani troops have been carrying out military aggression along the entire length of the contact line in Artsakh, conducting artillery and rocket attacks, including against civilians and civilian infrastructures. Strikes were also carried out at civilian and military targets on the territory of Armenia.
The Azerbaijani side is supported by the Turkish Armed Forces and the foreign terrorist mercenaries recruited by it. The Turkish-Azerbaijani aggression encounters a decisive rebuff from the Armenian Armed Forces along the entire frontline.
According to the official reports on the Armenian side, Azerbaijan sustains huge losses in manpower. Its death toll since the beginning of the war is 7,050. Also 249 UAVs, 16 helicopters and 25 aircraft have been downed as well as 675 armored vehicles and 6 TOS units have been destroyed since the beginning of war. More than 1,070 Armenian servicemen have been killed and several hundred people were wounded. As a result of the war crimes committed by Azerbaijan, 46 civilians were killed and 142 wounded in Artsakh.
Since the beginning of the war, there have been three attempts to establish a humanitarian ceasefire. All three agreements, which were reached on October 10 through the mediation of the Russian Federation, on October 17 through France and on October 25 through the mediation of the United States, were violated by Azerbaijan.