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Armenian Soldier Injured in Azerbaijani Shooting Receives Surgery, in Stable Condition


Armenian Soldier Injured in Azerbaijani Shooting Receives Surgery, in Stable Condition

An Armenian serviceman wounded by Azerbaijani gunfire in the Paruyr Sevak village of Ararat Province underwent surgery, as confirmed by the spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense (MoD) of Armenia, Aram Torosyan.


Torosyan provided an update on the soldier's status, stating, "His condition is assessed as stable, he is under the supervision of the medical staff of the hospital."


The incident occurred on November 18, with the Armenia MoD reporting that the soldier, identified as E. H. from a military unit, sustained a gunshot wound due to a shot fired by the Azerbaijani army toward the Armenian position in the Paruyr Sevak village area around 9:50 am. The location targeted was within the vicinity of the Armenian defensive position.


Following the shooting incident, the injured soldier was promptly transferred to receive medical care, where he underwent surgery to address the gunshot wound sustained during the Azeri attack. The surgery was successful, and the soldier's condition is now considered stable, undergoing observation and care under the supervision of hospital medical staff.


An investigation into the shooting incident has been initiated by Armenian authorities to determine the circumstances and details surrounding the attack.


The recent episode has once again highlighted the ongoing tensions along the Armenia-Azerbaijan border, underscoring the security situation in Armenia.



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