In Baku a group of individuals tried to break into Parliament
Criminal case initiated on the fact of attempt of a group of persons to enter the building of the Parliament of Azerbaijan, have detained, said in a joint statement, the interior Ministry and the Prosecutor General of the Republic.
And numerous unauthorized rally was held in Baku on the night in support of the Azerbaijani army who took to the streets accompanied by police. Young people marched along the Central streets of the Azerbaijani capital, chanting Patriotic slogans. The protesters waved national flags, chanting "Karabakh is ours!", "Glory to army" "Soldiers ahead," "Commander in chief, declare mobilisation". The group of demonstrators tried to break into the Parliament building, the police this attempt was stopped by using water cannons.
"In the night from 14 to 15 July of the current year, some residents of the capital gathered in front of the Alley of martyrs to support soldiers fighting in the battles on the direction of Tovuz of the Azerbaijani-Armenian border... Later a group of persons, arrived on the scene, trying to cause turmoil among the citizens, to disturb the public order by committing unlawful actions against police officers who have responsibility for the protection order, intentionally not obeying the lawful demands using stones and other items dangerous to life and health, he resisted," - said in placed at the disposal of RIA Novosti news Agency the statement.
States that "as a result, seven police officers received injuries of varying severity, two of the official car was upside down and came into disrepair, was severely damaged another 14 service vehicles and the road infrastructure at the venue of the meeting."
"In fact, the General Prosecutor of the Republic of Azerbaijan initiated a criminal case under article 220 (riots) and 315 (resistance or application of violence concerning the representative of authority). Certain persons who have committed illegal actions were detained", - said in a statement.
Azerbaijan General Prosecutor's office and interior Ministry noted the "inadmissibility of carrying out in the capital, other cities and districts of the country any mass gatherings" in a similar period and urged citizens "not to commit such acts, to remain calm, to respect the interests of the state and not to succumb to provocations".
Began on 12 July a clash on Armenian-Azerbaijani border continues in the neighbouring regions - Tavush and Tovuz, bordering also with Georgia and located a few hundred kilometers from the unrecognized Nagorno-Karabakh, where the situation was calm. In the place of the attacks are military positions stationed near the village of Movses. According to Baku, died 11 Azerbaijani servicemen, including a General. The Armenian side announced the deaths of two officers and five wounded. Azerbaijan and Armenia blame for the attacks on each other. A number of countries and international organizations expressed concern about the situation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border and urged the parties to dialogue. The Russian foreign Ministry said it was ready to assist Baku and Yerevan support to stabilize the situation.