Armenian Serviceman Wounded on July 7 Remains in Intensive Care

YEREVAN (A.W.)—Armenian serviceman Robert N. Gasparyan (b. 1969), who was wounded at the Artsakh-Azerbaijan Line of Contact (LoC) on July 7 by Azerbaijani fire, remains in an intensive care unit in a military hospital. According to the head of the Military Medical Administration to the Armenian Ministry of Defense, Colonel Kamavor Khachatryan, Gasparyan is in stable condition.

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Serviceman Vahe Badalyan (b. 1998), who was also injured in the July 7 attack, has been moved into the hospital’s general ward after his condition improved to satisfactory, Khachatryan told reporters.

On July 7, at around 9 a.m., Azerbaijani forces violated the ceasefire at the southern section of the Line of Contact (LoC), wounding three Armenian servicemen—Gasparyan, Badalyan, and Hambardzum K. Harutyunyan (b. 1997). The Azerbaijani military used various different caliber weapons, including mortars, grenades, and D-30 and D-44 cannons.


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  1. Shame on USA tell USA to send more weapons , money, food and supplies to Armenia. Isn’t USA a Christian Nation.Then tell them to help out Armenia for once instead of back stabbing it everyday by denying the genocide and help Turkey and all the Muslims in the region.

    Shame on USA…discusted by your evil ways.

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