Rocket debris


Unexpected details about the downed Iskander-M over Karabakh emerged

Details have been disclosed regarding the Iskander-M missiles "shot down" over Karabakh.

After Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev publicly announced that rockets fired by Russian Iskander-M missiles were shot down in the skies over Karabakh (they are not officially in service with the Armenian Armed Forces - ed.), And local media published photographs the wreckage of destroyed Russian missiles, experts drew attention to an important fact that allows one to assert that Azerbaijan has deliberately launched an information war against Russia - the presented wreckage is not only Iskander missiles, and not their upgraded versions, but were not shot down.

Experts draw attention to the fact that the presented missile wreckage really belongs to the Iskander complexes, which, by the way, were officially acquired by Armenia from Russia, but have nothing to do with the Iskander-M complexes. Moreover, contrary to the statements of the Azerbaijani media that the missiles were shot down by the Israeli Barak complexes, you can see that this is absolutely not true - in the presented photograph you can see the tail section of the rocket, the head fairing and the cluster part, which simply fell to the ground. when striking, and the main striking elements successfully struck the positions of the Azerbaijani forces.

It is obvious that it is for this reason that Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev, who declared his readiness to provide evidence of the Iskander-M missile attacks, suddenly did not do this - his statements are nothing more than a provocation, obviously directed against Russia.