Armenia claims 207 casualties during clashes with Azerbaijan

Armenian authorities on Monday put the number of dead and missing after last week’s clashes in the Nagorno-Karabakh region at 207 and called on Azerbaijani authorities to withdraw their troops from the common border.

“Having adopted the agenda of establishing peace and opening regional communications, the Republic of Armenia considers the policy of threat and coercion carried out by Azerbaijan unacceptable,” the National Security Council has explained in a statement, picked up by the state news agency Armenpress, the National Security Council has explained in a statement.

In this regard, the Armenian authorities have appealed to the international community to put pressure on Azerbaijan to put an end to “the occupation of the sovereign territories of the Republic of Armenia.”

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The Council, which was also attended by Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian, has also stressed that the country will protect its “independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity” with “all available means” at its disposal.

“There is evidence of cases of torture, mutilation and, therefore, unlawful execution of Armenian servicemen captured or killed by Azeris,” he has added.

In contrast to the balance of Yerevan, the Azerbaijani authorities, for their part, announced over the weekend the death of at least 80 soldiers, while specifying that 282 soldiers were wounded between September 12 and 14.

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