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Armenia's claims about the alleged use of phosphorus ammunition by the Azerbaijani Army are baseless.
We officially state that there are no weapons and ammunition prohibited by international law in the armament of the Azerbaijani Army. By spreading such groundless reports, Armenia aims to cover up the war crimes committed against the Azerbaijani civilian population.
The information disseminated by the Armenian media referring to the Defense Ministry official that the Azerbaijani Army is allegedly conducting combat operations in the direction of David Bek village near the city of Gafan is not right.
Azerbaijani Army units opened retaliation fire at the enemy's firing points that shelled the territory of Gubadli from the indicated position.
We state that the...
Intelligence data has been received on the delivery of a large amount of phosphorus cargo to units stationed in the defensive site of the 3rd motorized rifle regiment of the 37th rifle division of the 1st combined arms army of the Armenian armed forces in the occupied Khojavend direction.
The Azerbaijani army does not use any prohibited weapons, said the press secretary of the Ministry of Defense, Lieutenant Colonel Anar Eyvazov during briefing.
According to him, the Armenian side delivered phosphorus-containing substances to the Khojavend direction.
"Using these substances, the Armenian side causes fires in the forests, thereby creating conditions for the shelter of the Armenian military there," Eyvazov said.
On October 31, the Armenian armed forces fired at the positions of the units of Azerbaijan Army and territory of Tartar, Aghdam, and Aghjabedi districts in different directions of the front with various weapons, including artillery and missiles, Lieutenant Colonel Anar Eyvazov, spokesman for Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry, said at a briefing on Saturday.
The combat operations continued mainly in the...