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Azerbaijan Army Always in Panic ! Armenian Army Very Calm and with High Moral !!
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO en.wikipedia.org Nagorno-Karabakh War Nagorno-Karabakh is currently a de facto independent republic in the South Caucasus, but is officially recognized as part of the Republic of Azerbaijan. Date February 20, 1988 -- May 16, 1994 Location Nagorno-Karabakh, Armenia and Azerbaijan Result Armenian military victory Ceasefire treaty (Bishkek Protocol, still in effect); ongoing peace talks to determine the future of the disputed territory Territorial changes Establishment of the de facto independent Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, remaining a de jure part of Azerbaijan Belligerents Armenia Nagorno-Karabakh Supported by: Russia Azerbaijan Supported by: Russia Afghan mujahideen Chechen militants Commanders and leaders Samvel Babayan Monte Melkonian † Hamayak Haroyan Vazgen Sargsyan Arkady Ter-Tadevosyan Isgandar Hamidov Surat Huseynov Rahim Gaziyev Shamil Basayev Gulbuddin Hekmatyar Strength 20000 (NKR forces, includes 8000 from Armenia) 20000 (Armenian forces) 42000 (36000 in the army, 1600 in the air force) 1500--2500 Afghan and Chechen fighters Casualties and losses Dead: 4592 Wounded: 25000 Missing 196 Dead: 25000 -30000 Wounded: 60000 Missing: 4210 Civilian deaths: 1264 Armenian civilians (including citizens of Armenia) The exact number of the Azerbaijani civilian deaths is unknown as it has never been made official and is, probably, included in the overall death-toll and/or the number of missing civilians Civilians missing: 400 <b>...</b>