The Azerbaijani army took action following the attack in Nagorno-Karabakh, in which 4 policemen and 2 civilians lost their lives as a result of the explosion of a mine planted by Armenian forces during the passage of the vehicle. In the statement made by the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defence, it was announced that an "anti-terror" operation was launched in Nagorno-Karabakh.
It was reported that many points were hit in the attacks organized by the Azerbaijani army on the regions occupied by the Armenian forces. Protests are organized against Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian in Armenia, which is stated to have suffered serious losses in the attacks using armed unmanned aerial vehicles, artillery systems, and kamikaze drones.
A crowded group gathered in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, chanted slogans calling for Pashinian's resignation. In 2020, the demonstrators, who thought that the great defeat that cost the lives of thousands of Armenian soldiers would be experienced again, invited Pashinian to resign with the statement they read.
It was stated that the demonstrators often chanted "Traitor Nikol" and "Shame" slogans.
Nikol Pashinian, who is reported to be under intense pressure, announced that there were calls for a "coup" against him as Azerbaijan's operation continued. Interfax news agency quoted Pashinian as saying that Azerbaijan was trying to control population centers in Nagorno-Karabakh.