June 18
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The adversary has not only failed to retreat, but also continues to advance and set up military posts. This is what head of Geghamasar village of Gegharkunik Province of Armenia Hakob Avetyan said, confirming Pastinfo newspaper’s information.

“The Azerbaijanis didn’t retreat. They actually advanced,” he said, noting that the Azerbaijani side, which is in the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia, has advanced a few hundred meters more.

“Today, they advanced 200-300 meters, but we see that they are able to move forward. This is very bad and is sparking more tension. I don’t know what the consequences will be,” the head of the village said.

According to him, the problem is that it has already been six days since the enemy’s troops invaded the territory of the Republic of Armenia and, instead of leaving, they continue to advance.

Yesterday the Ministry of Defense of Armenia unofficially put into circulation news that the negotiations had ended successfully and that the Azerbaijani troops had to retreat, but Avetyan told Pastinfo that there have been advancements over the past two days.

Avetyan also informed that the Armenian troops are deployed in the territory, aren’t panicking and are ready to fight, just like the villagers.

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