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Two Soldiers Injured Near Border in Tavush

Late in the night of January 28 to January 29th, two soldiers from posts in Voskepar were injured, reported Aravot.am, noting that the soldiers' injuries were due to Azerbaijani saboteur attempts.

Spitak resident 27-year old Grisha Otaryan has a bullet wound on his left lower thigh and an abrasion on his ribcage. Tavush province Khashtarak village resident 47-year old Surik Movsisyan was transferred to a hospital with a bullet wound on his right forearm. The Ijevan Medical Center told the website’s journalist that there is no danger to the soldiers' lives.

According to the Ministry of Defense’s statement, during the night the Azerbaijani side violated the cease-fire regime at various parts of the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.

“At around 12:30AM, the adversary attempted multiple saboteur attacks in the Tavush province. Azerbaijani saboteurs shot at a civilian Daewoo automobile along the Voskepar-Kirants road. The three people in the automobile were not injured. The Armenian side threw the saboteur group back,” said the Ministry’s statement.