Two drones crashed in the Georgian region bordering Azerbaijan

Two drones of unknown origin landed in the villages of Sanavardo and Udabno in Georgia’s Kakheti region, which borders Azerbaijan. The Georgian Interior Ministry said in a statement issued on Wednesday, October 7.

“On October 7, at about 18:35 and 18:45, the Interior Ministry received reports of two unmanned aerial vehicles falling in the villages of Sanavardo, Kvareli district, and Udabno, Sagarejoi district, Kakheti,” the report says.

It is noted that forensic experts are investigating the circumstances of the incident. No one was injured as a result of the incident.

Earlier on October 7 the general prosecutor’s office of Azerbaijan instituted a case due to fire of Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline by Armenian troops. At that, on the eve of Armenian Defense Ministry the report about attempt of strike on oil pipeline was refuted. Department spokesperson Shushan Stepanyan stressed that Yerevan is not aimed at destroying civilian infrastructure, but all military targets and facilities from which Nagorno-Karabakh will be fired upon will be destroyed regardless of their location.

Another escalation of the military conflict in Karabakh occurred on September 27. Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of shelling and killing civilians.

On October 1, leaders of OSCE Minsk group countries – presidents of Russia, USA and France Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump and Emmanuelle Macron – issued joint statement on Garabagh calling the sides to stop fighting.