Azerbaijan’s War-helicopters Fly to Murovdagh
Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr I. Alizadeh, V. Mammadov / Between 10:00 - 11:00a.m. on 15 September, Azerbaijan's 5 or 6 war-helicopters implemented flights from Ganja city in the direction of Murovdagh (chain of mountains in the west of Azerbaijan) occupied by Armenian Armed Forces in March 1993.
According to the residents of the nearby villages, the helicopters were flying to Azerbaijan's military unit.
A spokesman for Azerbaijan Defence Ministry, Ilgar Verdiyev, neither confirmed nor disproved the reports.
"The helicopters owned of the Azerbaijan Defence Ministry's Air Forces can implement flights over Azerbaijan. That are previously planned trainings implemented within the framework of military trainings," he added.
On 14 September, Armenian Armed Forces were seen flying over Azerbaijan's occupied Aghdam region. The trainings being held all day long involved heavy equipment, war-helicopters.
Verdiyev refused to comment whether the flights towards Murovdagh implemented by Azerbaijani war-helicopters were a reply to the Armenia's trainings.