Azerbaijan has introduced partial martial law

By | September 27, 2020
Azerbaijan has introduced partial martial law

Martial law was introduced in a number of cities and districts of the country, curfew will be announced in Baku, Ganja, Goygol, Yevlakh, and a number of other cities.

The Azerbaijani government has introduced martial law in a number of cities and districts of the country, APA reports.

The introduction of martial law was discussed at an emergency session of the Milli Majlis.

According to deputy Hikmet Babaoglu, the decision will be approved by President Ilham Aliyev within 48 hours.

“At last, it is time to liberate the occupied territories. We call on the population of the cities and districts concerned to comply with martial law and curfew requirements,” he said.

The curfew will be announced in Baku, Ganja, Goygol, Yevlakh, and several other cities.

Recall that on the morning of September 27, Azerbaijan and Armenia resumed fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh. The parties accuse each other of escalating the conflict.

The Armenian government declared martial law and general mobilization in connection with the escalation of the armed conflict with Azerbaijan.

The Azerbaijani army is advancing towards the Agdara and Terter regions (part of these territories is controlled by the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh Republic).