Armenian Aggression and Crimes Against Humanity
Starting from the early morning of April 2, 2016, the armed forces of Armenia increased fighting from their positions in the occupied territories, subjecting densely populated areas adjacent with line of contact to intensive fire with heavy artillery and large-caliber weapons. As a result of Armenia’s attacks and subsequent hostilities, 34 towns and villages along the line of contact were shelled, 6 civilians, including children, were killed and 34 wounded. Substantial damages were inflicted upon the private and public property. With these actions Armenia committed crimes against humanity.