EU monitoring capabilities have documented the attacks of the Azerbaijani army. Marukyan
Edmon Marukyan, ambassador on special assignments of the RA, wrote on his Twitter microblog.
"Daily attacks by the Azerbaijani army on the sovereign territory of Armenia have been well documented by EU monitoring capabilities recently deployed in Armenia. The mission will make it clear to the EU and others that the attacks are groundless and a well-planned act of terrorism by Azerbaijan against Armenian statehood."
Daily attacks by AZ army into Armenian sovereign territory are well documented by the recently deployed EU Monitoring Capacity in Armenia. The mission will make it clear for EU and others that attacks are unprovoked and are well planned terror by AZ towards Armenian statehood. pic.twitter.com/GHzfDVZtrM— Edmon Marukyan (@edmarukyan) November 14, 2022
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