The Escalation along the Armenian-Azerbaijani Border Is Measured by the Number of Casualties
January 26, 12:00

The escalation in Karabakh conflict zone and along the Armenian-Azerbaijani border dramatically increased within the previous year. The ceasefire violations have geographically expanded, with the tension remaining so heightened that it is measured with the number of casualties.

Such opinion was expressed by experts at the panel discussion on regular ceasefire violations along the Armenian-Azerbaijani border.

The tension in Karabakh conflict zone and along the Armenian-Azerbaijani border has dramatically been increasing for nearly half a year. 

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