On 21 September, Azerbaijan’s Defence Ministry (MoD) stated it shot down an Armenian unmanned aeriel vehicle (UAV) in an official notification, but no specific location was provided given. Some Twitter and YouTube users posted videos stating it was in Shamkir (1, 2, 3, 4), within 10 km of Arm. border.
On 13 August, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar along with the commanders of Turkey’s military branches met with Azeri President Ilham Aliyev and Defence Minister Zakir Hasanov during the concluding events of joint military exercises, but one individual caught our attention, Turkish Air Force Major General Göksel Kahya. Official photo
Nagorno Karabakh Observer does not endorse, confirm nor deny the content of official publications and is not responsible for the nature of its content. Sources of information either in hyperlink or in parenthesis: e.g. (1, 2, 3) All times are local times Overview The deadliest clashes since the 2016 April
An Azeri unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was shot down yesterday, 21 April, on the line-of-contact (LoC) separating de facto Nagorno Karabakh (NK) and Azerbaijan according to an official statement by the Karabakh Defence Ministry. The latter published a statement six hours after the incident, in which they identified the UAV
On 18 June, Azeri defence officials revealed a video, in which a military surveillance UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle, or commonly drone) apparently fly over Armenian military vehicles during exercises in the territory of Nagorno Karabakh. Azeri officials in their statement mentioned that the drills are “under their control”, referring to
Yesterday, 12 June, the Azeri Defence ministry reported on a near hit of one of its drones by Armenian anti-air defence missile over south eastern Nagorno Karabakh. The report stated that the Armenian side fired on an Azeri drone during a planned training flight with two OSA anti-air missiles. Geospatial
In an official statement today, defence officials in Stepanakert stated that along the the line-of-contact an increase of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV’s, or drones) and military aircraft training flights, affirming that the latter ” often violate the established flight zones”. Continuing the statement, the authorities stated: “The Defence ministry of
On 21 February 2019, military authorities in Azerbaijan announced the shooting-down of an Armenian X-55 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). According to official news, the incident occurred in the vicinity of Aghdam, along the central part of the line-of-contact between Nagorno Karabakh and Azerbaijan. Baku states that the UAV was on
The Azeri Armed Forces conducted life-fire artillery training today at an undisclosed military training facility according to the country’s Ministry of Defence. The exercises saw the deployment of artillery guns, self-propelled artillery, unguided and guided rockets as well as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), essentially drones being used for locating targets.
At the end of September of this year, Armenian Defence Minister Vigen Sargsyan held talks with Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Security and Eastern Affairs Bartosz Cichocki. Armenian-Polish cooperation in defence matters and Armenia’s military-industrial development were discussed at the talks. Cichocki highlighted to journalists that Warsaw has offered
Source: “Armenia Claims Its Military Produces Drones”, RFERL, 21 June 2011 *all opinions expressed are those of the original author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or stance of Nagorno Karabakh Observer. YEREVAN — Armenian officials say they are manufacturing and supplying the country’s military with unmanned aircraft, or drones,