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Tiraspol

at mediation between Chişinău and Tiraspol were largely unsuccessful and the situation escalated to an open military engagement by June 1992. On 23 June, in the wake of a coordinated offensive by Moldovan forces, General Major Alexander Lebed arrived at the 14th Army headquarters with standing orders to inspect the army, prevent the theft of armaments from its depots, stop the ongoing conflict with any means available and ensure the unimpeded evacuation of armaments and Army personnel from Moldovan and through Ukrainian territory. After briefly assessing the situation, he assumed command of the army, relieving Netkachev, and ordered his troops to enter the conflict directly. On 3 July at 03:00, a massive artillery strike from 14th Army formations stationed on left bank of the Dniester obliterated the Moldovan force concentrated in Gerbovetskii forest, near Bendery, effectively ending the military phase of the conflict. "U.S. and Russian Policymaking With Respect to the Use of Force", chapter 4, Trans-Dniestria, by Irina F. Selivanova WikiPedia:Tiraspol Commons:Category:Tiraspol


Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

of Congress Nakhchivan became a scene of conflict during the Nagorno-Karabakh War. On May 4, 1992, Armenian forces shelled the raion of Sadarak (Sadarak Rayon). Contested Borders in the Caucasus: Chapter VII: Iran's Role as Mediator in the Nagorno-Karabakh Crisis by Abdollah Ramezanzadeh Russia Plans Leaner, More Open Military


Ankara

in the Nagorno-Karabakh Crisis by Abdollah Ramezanzadeh Russia Plans Leaner, More Open Military. The Washington Post. May 23, 1992 Background Paper on the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict. Council of Europe. The Armenians claimed that the attack was in response to cross-border shelling


Russia

Alliance members injured in fighting with the Taliban, including military leader Ahmed Shah Massoud, who was rushed there after the suicide attack against him. Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


India

attack against him. Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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