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Azeri embassy vehicle shot at in Washington, D.C.




On the night of October 10-11, a service car of the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Washington, D.C. was fired upon by unknown gunmen believed to be supporting Armenia.

The Azerbaijan diplomatic mission immediately informed the relevant U.S. agencies about the incident, and the camera footage was presented accordingly. On October 12, the charge d'affaires of the United States in Azerbaijan were invited to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, serious concern and dissatisfaction with the case were expressed, and the request to ensure the security of the diplomatic mission of Azerbaijan was brought to the attention of the U.S. side.

Recently, the systematic nature of attacks against diplomatic missions of Azerbaijan by radical members of Armenian communities in foreign countries, including attacks and acts of vandalism committed against embassies in Washington, Paris, Beirut, and other cities, is of serious concern.

Ensuring the security of diplomatic missions in foreign countries is the responsibility of the host country under international convention.

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