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Armed Conflict Escalates: Armenian Serviceman Injured in Armenia’s Tegh Village

Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Armenia

Tensions in the Tegh sector have escalated once again as a serviceman of the Border Security Service of the National Security Service of Armenia was injured by fire from the Azerbaijani Armed Forces. The incident occurred on June 15 at approximately 1:35 p.m., according to a statement issued by the Border Guard Service of the National Security Service of Armenia.

The wounded serviceman's identity and condition have not been disclosed at this time, and authorities have assured that additional information concerning the health status of the injured soldier will be provided promptly.

The Tegh sector, an area with a history of border disputes between Armenia and Azerbaijan, has been a focal point of tensions in recent times. The incident marks yet another escalation in the ongoing conflict between the two nations, further heightening concerns about regional stability and civilian safety.

The Border Guard Service of the National Security Service of Armenia has condemned the attack and called for restraint from both sides. The international community has been closely monitoring the situation and is urging all parties involved to exercise caution and prioritize peaceful dialogue in resolving their disputes.

As the situation develops, all eyes remain on the Tegh sector, and the world hopes for a swift resolution, one that ensures lasting peace and security for the people of both Armenia and Azerbaijan.


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