Ilham Aliyev: Who passed “Iskander-M” missiles to Armenia?
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev asked a public question about the supply of “Iskander-M” missiles to Armenia, which cannot be exported by the manufacturer and are in service with the Russian Armed Forces, according to Azerbaijan in Focus, reporting Turan News.
“Armenians fired at Shusha with these rockets. Where did the Armenian Armed Forces get them from? They shouldn’t have them,” Aliyev said today at the opening of a trophy park in Baku.
“This is proof of the war crime of Armenia, and we want an answer. How did this deadly weapon fall into the hands of Armenia? We have not received an answer yet, but we will get it. Let everyone come and see,” he further noted.
The head of state drew attention to the fact that “Iskander-M” missiles were launched into Shusha after its release. “Shusha is our ancient city, and Armenia tried to destroy it with “Iskander-M” missiles. They used this after we liberated Shusha. We have enough information. We are just waiting for an official statement.”
The use of “Iskander-M” missiles in the last year’s 44-day war became known recently, when the National Agency for Mine Action of Azerbaijan discovered elements of “Iskander” missiles in the vicinity of the city of Shusha.