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Sentences forBattle of Shusha (2020)
- On 8 November 2020, Azerbaijani forces seized Shusha, the second-largest city in Artsakh before the war, located 15 kilometers from Stepanakert, the republic's capital.
- Parts of the district, including its capital city, Shusha, was recaptured by Azerbaijan in November 2020 following a three-day battle.
- The town of Shusha was captured by Azerbaijani forces by November 10, 2020, when a trilateral armistice agreement was reached between Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia.
- Except for the rugs kept at the Shushi Carpet Museum, which were removed, the collections of the museums in Shusha were left behind and remained in the city after the recapture of Shusha by Azerbaijani forces in 2020.
- His other son Arthur is also in the army, and took part in the Battle of Shusha, during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh war under his father's command.
- On 8 November 2020, Azerbaijani forces retook the city during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh War following a three-day long battle.
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