Russia-Azerbaijan patrol forces come under fire in Karabakh
Russian and Azerbaijani troops conducting joint patrols in Karabakh came under sniper fire on Monday, according to Azerbaijan in Focus, reporting Daily Sabah, citing the official sources in Moscow.
“A joint Russian-Azerbaijani patrol was shot at by an unknown person using a sniper weapon. There were no casualties. The command of the Russian peacekeeping contingent, together with representatives of the Azerbaijani side and Karabakh, is investigating,” the Russian defense ministry said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the U.N. said the mission visiting Karabakh did not come across any reports of violence against local Armenian civilians and saw no damage to civilian infrastructure.