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Azerbaijan Employing Drones to Attack Armenian Positions in Kapan, Armenia

Armenia's Defense Ministry

Tensions in the Kapan region have reached a new level as the Armed Forces of Azerbaijan utilized a drone-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to target Armenian combat positions. The attack occurred on June 15 at approximately 3:10 p.m., according to a statement released by Armenia's Defense Ministry.

The use of drones in the conflict has added a new dimension of concern, given their precision and potential for causing significant damage. As of now, the Defense Ministry has reported no casualties on the Armenian side. However, the incident underscores the growing volatility in the region and raises alarm over the potential for further escalation.

The Kapan region, situated near the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan, has witnessed an increase in hostilities, further straining relations between the two neighboring countries. The use of drones in the attack highlights the evolving nature of modern warfare and the challenges it poses in safeguarding military positions and civilian populations.

Armenia's Defense Ministry has condemned the drone attack, expressing deep concern over the escalating tensions and the risk of further casualties. The international community has been closely monitoring the situation, urging restraint and a peaceful resolution to the conflict.

The use of drones in such attacks raises questions about the need for enhanced regulations and protocols to ensure responsible usage of these technologies in conflict zones.


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