The Karabakh War, which Azerbaijan started to liberate the occupied lands and ended with victory, started 2 years ago on this day. Today, the 2nd anniversary of the operation to liberate Azerbaijan’s lands, launched on September 27, is being marked.
Today is the 2nd anniversary of the Karabakh War, the victory of the Azerbaijani army, which started the war with counter-attacks on the defensive line against the harassment of Armenia against the Azerbaijani border. The war that Azerbaijan started against the Armenian troops on the border on September 27 is also known as the 44-Day War or the Second Karabakh War. Azerbaijan ended the war victorious by liberating 5 cities, 4 towns and 286 villages with the operation to liberate Shusha and its lands from Armenian occupation on 8 November. At the end of the war, 2 thousand 907 Azerbaijani soldiers lost their lives. Occupying Armenia, accepting defeat, signed the agreement on November 10, promising to evacuate the occupied provinces of Aghdam, Lachin and Kelbajar.
Sharing his views on the Second Karabakh War on InterAz Television, political analyst Dr. Ahmad Shahidov said that Azerbaijan is fighting resolutely in the diplomatic arena.