Illegal Armenian armed detachments in the territory of Azerbaijan, where the Russian peacekeeping contingent is temporarily deployed, continue to transport military cargo from Armenia using dirt roads alternative to the Shusha-Lachin road, APA reports citing MOD.
Taking advantage of the night hours and foggy weather conditions, illegal Armenian armed detachments transfer manpower, ammunition, mines, as well as fuel, water, food and other logistic support assets to combat positions through the Khankendi-Khalfali-Turshsu dirt road.
The Azerbaijani side has repeatedly informed the international community with regard to the transportation of military cargo along the mentioned route.
Additionally, it was detected that the Armenian side also uses civilian vehicles for the purpose of military transportation. Thus, civilian vehicles moving from Armenia deliver contract service manpower and military cargo to a specified point near Turshsu village of Shusha region. Transportation of military personnel and military supplies to Khankendi by off-road military vehicles was also detected.
We declare that the Armenian military-political leadership bears the entire responsibility for tension that may arise hereinafter in the region."It was determined that the Armenian side also uses civilian vehicles for the purpose of transporting military goods to the territory of Azerbaijan," Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defence told APA.
It was noted that the civilian vehicles moving from Armenia deliver the personnel and military cargo under the contract to the specified point near Turshsu village of Shusha district: "Later, we observed the transportation of military personnel and military cargo to Khankendi by high-speed military vehicles.
We declare that the entire responsibility for the tension that may arise in the region lies with the military and political leadership of Armenia."