At the moment it is difficult to predict what will happen, but the adversary’s troops stand armed, Spokesperson for the Armenian Defense Minister Artsrun Hovhannisyan told Armenian News – NEWS.am.
“At the moment the adversary’s troops stand armed. It has even published that movement of the adversary’s troops is observed, but we can’t predict what will happen. We are also on standby,” Hovhannisyan said.
The situation at the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict zone dramatically escalated in the early morning hours on April 2. From regular shootings and frequent sabotage-reconnaissance attempts, Azerbaijan switched to large-scale attacks all along the Karabakh-Azerbaijan Line of Contact, using a variety of weaponry as well as artillery, armored vehicles, and air force. Both sides suffered casualties.
On April 5, chiefs of the Armenian and Azerbaijani Armed Forces Headquarters reached a ceasefire agreement in Moscow.
Source: News AM