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Armenia carried out missile attack on Azerbaijani cities of Ganja and Mingachevir

Armenia launched a missile attack on the cities of Ganja and Mingachevir: 10 casualties, 40 injured.

LAST MINUTE NEWS: The Armenian army launched a missile attack on the cities of Ganja and Mingachevir in Azerbaijan. Many civilians buried under the rubble in Armenia’s attacks. “10 civilians, 2 of them children, lost their lives, 40 civilians injured in Ganja,” said Hajiyev, Vice President of Azerbaijan.

Breaking news! The Armenian army carried out a missile attack on the cities of Ganja and Mingachevir in Azerbaijan. Azerbaijani Vice President Hikmet Hajiyev announced on his Twitter account that the Armenian army attacked Ganja and Mingechevir with missiles.

According to the information obtained from the scene, many civilians buried in the area where the missiles hit in Ganja.

The missile fired by Armenia at Ganja hit the multi-storey building. The building where dozens of families lived was completely destroyed. Search and rescue efforts continue in the wreckage area.


Reporting that more than 20 houses destroyed in Armenia’s missile attack on Ganja, Vice President of Azerbaijan Hajiyev. “Armenia started to brutally attack civilians. This is an indication of Armenia’s terror policy. Armenia introduced new missile systems and attacked Azerbaijani cities. 6 civilians lost their lives in Ganja, 40 civilians injured. Two of those killed in the attack of Armenia are children. Armenia’s war crimes continue.”

It was reported that the missiles fired by the Armenian army in Mingachevir city were destroyed by Azerbaijani air defense forces.

In the statement made by the Azerbaijan Chief Prosecutor’s Office, it stated that around 01:00, the hydroelectric power plant in Mingechevir targeted by the Armenian army.

In the statement, it noted that the missiles neutralized by the Azerbaijani air defense forces.

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