Today the media representatives visited the liberated Fuzuli region, Report's correspondent sent to the frontline says.
Musa Mammadov, an Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA) employee, told journalists about the Tochka-U system's 9M-79 missile that struck the Fuzuli region on October 9 at 10-11 p.m.
He noted that the maximum range of the rocket is 120 km. At that time, the enemy was able to hit these areas from the depths of defense. The purpose of the missile is mainly to destroy manpower, communications, and essential facilities:
"The rocket explodes in the air 20 meters before landing. There are 14,500 semi-finished fragments that can destroy 2-3 hectares. It contains 162.5 kg of explosives. This area is also close to the main road used by the civilian population. If this missile blasted over residential areas, it would cause significant complications. Fortunately, no civilian casualties were recorded."