The Azerbaijani side kept shelling in the direction of Armenia’s frontline villages in Tavush province yesterday.
The rival used weapons it had never applied before, head of Koti village Felix Melikyan told Public Radio of Armenia. He said mother and son were wounded as a result of firing.
“They are getting treatment at Noyemberyan Medical Center. The wounds are not life-threatening,” he said.
Melikyan added that the windows of houses were broken, a barn was burnt.
Head of Chinari village Samvel Saghoyan said the shelling started at about 7 p.m. and continued through midnight. He said the morning was peaceful, despite the unprecedented activeness of the rival.
Firing was reported in the direction of Nerkin Tsakhkavan and Sevkar villages, as well.