Azerbaijani servicemen opened gunfire at military posts in Gegharkunik Province for nearly 30 minutes, but gunshots were heard in the village. This is what head of Kut village Sima Chitchyan told Armenian News-NEWS.am.
“Gunshots weren’t heard in the village. People from Sotk village told me that gunshots were heard at a military post for nearly 30 minutes. Everything is calm at this moment,” she said.
After breaching the Armenian-Azerbaijani border on May 12, Azerbaijani soldiers advanced towards sectors of Syunik and Gegharkunik Province and haven’t retreated to this day.
On June 6, the enemy stole nearly 80 cows from a shepherd of Kut village and shot the shepherd’s horse, after which the shepherd fell off the horse. The enemy still hasn’t returned the cows.