Israeli Ambassador to Azerbaijan George Deek visited Ganja, APA's local bureau reports.
The Israeli ambassador visited the houses destroyed by the Armenian armed forces in Ganja.
G. Deek got acquainted with the situation on the spot and was informed that the Armenian armed forces launched a military provocation against the civilian population on September 27, inflicting heavy damage on civilian objects by firing heavy artillery and missiles at Azerbaijani settlements, infrastructure, civilian objects, as well as individual and apartment buildings.
It was noted that on October 11, the enemy fired on apartment buildings in the central part of the city with heavy artillery - SCUD missiles, killing 10 people, including 5 women. About 40 people, including 10 women and 9 minors, were injured. More than a dozen apartment buildings and more than 100 different facilities were damaged.
It was also noted that 14 people were killed and more than 50 were injured as a result of rocket fire by the Armenian armed forces on October 17 at around 1 am outside the frontline, the second largest city of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the central part of Ganja. Numerous civil infrastructure facilities and vehicles were severely damaged.