Azerbaijan has occupied at least 215 square kilometers of Armenian territory since 2020

After Armenia’s defeat in the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war, Azerbaijani forces have taken steps to occupy Armenia’s sovereign territory on a number of occasions. The latest advance took place just last month near the border village of Tegh in southern Armenia. According to satellite imagery, Azerbaijani forces advanced more than 2.5 square kilometers into Armenia proper, occupying roughly 250 hectares of land. In total, CivilNet’s investigative journalists have found that Azerbaijani forces have taken at least 215 square kilometers of Armenia’s sovereign territory since 2020.

Credits: Ruptly

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