Dry grass at Armenia border catches fire because of Azerbaijani shooting

The Azerbaijani side opened fire at the border zone of Armenia’s Tavush Province on Tuesday. As a result fire broke out at the intermediate area of the military outposts, Artsakhpress reports.

Voskevan village Mayor Seryozha Aleksanyan noted that the dry grass had caught fire from the shooting, and as a result, landmines had exploded.

Due to the shots they still are unable to collect the harvest of the wheat fields in the unsafe area, the village mayor also informed.

In addition, on July 28, the adversary fired shots on a combine that was working on the wheat field. Fortunately, the conductor, Hambik Grigoryan, managed to dodge the bullets.

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