Two Karabakh soldiers wounded in Azerbaijani shooting transferred to Yerevan

Panorama, Armenia

Two Artsakh servicemen, who sustained shrapnel wounds as a result of Azerbaijani shelling on July 7, were transferred to Yerevan, while the third serviceman continues treatment in Stepanakert, the Head of Medical Services Department at RA Ministry of Defense Kamavor Khachatryan told Panorama.am.

In Khachatryan’s words, the condition of one of the serviceman is assessed satisfying, as he was transferred to ward, while the other soldier is still in reanimation department under the doctor’s control with the health conditions assessed as stable with positive dynamics.

To remind, on July 7 Azerbaijan violated the ceasefire regime along the Artsakh-Azerbaijan Line of Contact, firing firearms, as well as D-30 and D-44 cannons, mortars and grenade launchers of different calibers. As a result of the Azerbaijani shelling, three Karabakh servicemen identified as Robert N. Gasparyan (b.1969), Hambardzum K. Harutyunyan (b. 1997) and Vahe G. Badalyan (b. 1998) sustained shrapnel injuries of various degrees.

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