T-72M1 and BMP-2 tanks were spotted along the Iranian-Nagorno-Karabakh border.
Maltese military analyst Babak Tagway announced this on Twitter.
The journalist noted that the Iranian army held military exercises in Shiraz two days ago. The journalist suggested that this may indicate that the country is preparing to create a buffer zone in Nagorno-Karabakh.
As you know, clashes between the Azerbaijani and Armenian forces continue in the areas adjacent to the border with Iran. In the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, Iran supports Azerbaijan, the Iranian volunteers expressed their readiness to help the Azerbaijani side if it turns to the Islamic Republic.
#BREAKING: Two days ago, #IranianArmy held a military exercise in #Shiraz! This morning, they deployed their T-72M1 Main Battle Tanks & BMP-2 IFVs to NW of #Iran to be stationed all along border with #Artsakh! Is #Iran preparing to create a 5km buffer zone in #NagornoKarabakh?! pic.twitter.com/abyoS1HJTY— Babak Taghvaee - ОњПЂО¬ПЂО±Оє О¤О±ОєОІО±ОЇОµ - ШЁШ§ШЁЪ© ШЄЩ‚Щ€Ш§ЫЊЫЊ (@BabakTaghvaee) October 24, 2020
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