France’s TV channel broadcasts reportage from the frontline - VIDEO

  23 October 2020    Read: 1243
 France’s TV channel broadcasts reportage from the frontline - VIDEO

The French TV channel TF1 broadcasted an exclusive reportage from the line of contact in the Nagorno-Karabakh  on the current situation in Azerbaijan, the bravery of the Azerbaijani army, targeting civilians and infrastructure and the bombing of a residential area in Ganja by the Armenian Armed Forces, reports.  

TF1 TV journalist Liseron Budul has been to the front line and Azerbaijani soldiers told her that the Armenians had fled leaving their weapons and ammunition. They stressed that the Azerbaijani Army will go to the end and liberate every inch of our lands.

The reportage shows how people, young people and children holding the Azerbaijani and Turkish flags are in a festive mood, chanting "Karabakh, Karabakh."

The journalist also highlighted that Azerbaijan, which is rich in natural resources, has a strong army.

“People, who live near the front line, experience difficulties in their daily lives and have been targeted by the Armenian Armed Forces. Therefore, women and children found shelter in underground trenches”, the reportage states.

The Armenian Army’s shelling of cities deliberately targeting civilians was also discussed in the reportage showing that these shelling killed and wounded civilians and destroyed their houses and livestock. 

The journalist also mentioned the missile attacks launched from Armenia to the residential areas in the center of Ganja pointing to the destroyed houses. She emphasized that Armenia's missile attacks killed 15 people, including children and women and wounded more than 50 civilians.

TF1 TV channel’s 3-minute reportage on Azerbaijan was a big blow to the Armenian lobby. Members of the Armenian lobby made insulting comments and threats about TF1 TV channel on social media. This reportage once again proved that the Armenian lobby was spreading fake news and misinformation.  

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