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Azerbaijani President Aliyev declares destruction of two S-300 S-300 missile systems in Karabakh

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Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev listed the destroyed and seized military equipment of the Armenian Army in Nagorno-Karabakh.

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev reported on the successes of the armed forces of the republic in the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone.

In his address to the nation on Friday, October 9, the Azerbaijani leader listed the destroyed and seized military equipment of the Armenian army.

Thus, according to Aliyev, the Azerbaijani troops managed to eliminate 196 tanks, 38 combat vehicles, ten self-propelled artillery installations, more than hundred cannons and several dozens of mortars. Azerbaijani army units also destroyed two S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems.

In addition, the Azerbaijani side took possession of 18 tanks, 22 combat vehicles, 27 “Igla” complexes and 12 enemy mortars.

Earlier Aliyev promised that Azerbaijan would regain control over Nagorno-Karabakh by any means, but first of all, it would strive to do it politically and diplomatically, leaving Armenia with “last chance”.

In addition, Aliyev confirmed the transfer of Turkish F-16 fighters to Azerbaijan, but assured that they are not taking part in hostilities in Karabakh.

Before that, Aliyev had demanded that Yerevan provide a timetable for the withdrawal of Armenian troops from Karabakh, calling it a condition for ending the war.

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