Armenia-Azerbaijan War: Azerbaijani Force using cluster bomb even after worldwide ban
Azerbaijan army is attacking with very deadly clusters bombs. Small bombs, unburnt from these bombs, are scattered in Stepnkert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh.
New Delhi: The war on Nagorno-Karabakh region in Armenia and Azerbaijan has been going on since 27 September. Now Azerbaijan has come down on cruelty. The Azerbaijan army is using cluster bombs. Not only this, many bombs have been dropped in civilian areas. So far, at least 266 people have died in this ongoing war between the two and it includes 45 ordinary citizens. Let us tell you, Cluster bomb is banned worldwide.
Use of cluster bomb even after ban:
Foreign journalists present in the Nagorno-Karabakh area confirmed this. He has told that the Azerbaijan army is attacking with very deadly clusters bombs. Small bombs, unburnt from these bombs, are scattered in Stepnkert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh.
Nagorno-Karabakh officials have said that 220 soldiers have died in this war so far. While the Armenia government has claimed that 21 civilians have been killed in the Azerbaijan attack and 82 others have been badly injured.
These bombs cause damage for years:
The Azerbaijan authorities have not yet given any information about their soldiers being killed. But he has said that so far 25 ordinary civilians have died and 127 others have been injured.
109 countries of the world have banned the use of clusters bombs that cause damage for many years. However, neither Armenia nor Azerbaijan have signed the agreement so far. Experts have pointed out that a large number of ordinary civilians will accidentally die in the coming time of the Azerbaijan clusters bomb in urban areas. According to the information received, Israel and Turkey are supplying arms to Azerbaijan.
Armenia said that Azerbaijan soldiers are attacking Stepnkert with cannons and rockets. So at the same time, Azerbaijan's Ministry of Defense has claimed that Armenian forces are now bombing three other towns after targeting its Ganja city.