Mines planted by Armenia continue to pose threat to lives of people in Azerbaijan
Mines planted by Armenia continue to pose a threat to the lives of Azerbaijanis, Azernews reports, citing a tweet by the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry on its official X account.
The tweet reads: "Today, two more Azerbaijani civilians were seriously injured by a mine explosion in Shusha and Fuzuli regions. The number of mine victims has reached 340 since the end of the 44-day war."
Armenia-planted #landmines continue to pose a threat to human lives in Azerbaijan.— MFA Azerbaijan 🇦🇿 (@AzerbaijanMFA) December 7, 2023
Today, two more Azerbaijani civilians were severely injured as a result of landmine explosion in Shusha and Fuzuli regions.
The number of victims since the end of 44-day war has reached 3️⃣4️⃣0️⃣ pic.twitter.com/8NnGgQqeR5
It should be noted that Zamin Hasanli, born in 1994, was injured as a result of a tractor hitting a mine while carrying out daily work near the village of Horadiz in the Fuzuli district at about 10 o'clock on 7 December. Also on the same day, Rahim Habibov, born in 1987, who works in the field of electrical engineering in the Shusha district, was injured as a result of a mine explosion while laying an electric line, which led to the amputation of his right leg below the knee.
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