12 Dead as Rescue Job continues in Ganja after Armenian Missile Attack

12 Dead as Rescue Job continues in Ganja after Armenian Missile Attack

12 Dead as Rescue Job continues in Ganja after Armenian Missile Attack

Globe Live Media, Oct.17- The Border conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the Nagorno- Karabakh region doesn’t seem to be coming to an end anytime soon.
Despite numerous efforts from World Powers like United States, France and the recent Ceasefire Deal which was mediated by Russia, the Fight between the two nations is still on the rise with both sides repeatedly accusing each other of Shelling.

On Saturday, the General Prosecutors of Azerbaijan told that the recent Missile attack from Armenia which targeted Azerbaijan’s Ganja city, left 12 Azeri Nationals dead and more than 40 Nationals wounded.

Rescue Works are still undergoing across the Targeted Area, with many Nationals continued to be rescued from the Ravaged Buildings.

Azerbaijan called Armenia’s missile attack on civilians ‘Barbaric’ and ‘Deceptive’ and against humanity for they break the socially concerned ceasefire rules. Azerbaijan called the Armenian attack cowardly and full of despair and called out Armenia’s political cum military Government for being a failure in the battle front.

Armenia’s Foreign Ministry, on the other hand, categorically denied Armenia’s involvement in these missile attacks in the city of Ganja, saying that the city of Ganja stands distantly from the battlefield.

The Deadly Assaults between the two Nations started on September 27 and are still undergoing with no signs of relief.

The Nagorno-Karabakh has become a region of conflict between the two Nations after the fall of Soviet Union in 1992, the Region is situated within Azerbaijan, but is ruled by Armenians.

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