Tbilisi October 16 the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenian over Nagorno Karabakh continued on 16 October. Both sides accused the other party of breaking the cease-fire agreement and taking the initiative to attack. On the 16th, the Ministry of defense of Azerbaijan released a message on its official website, saying that in the morning of the same day, the Asian army began to launch attacks on golanboy, tertel and other places in western Afghanistan. Earlier, the aldubard region of the nahchewan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan was attacked by missiles from the Asian side on the 15th. According to the Azerbaijani news agency, the office of the Attorney General of Afghanistan said that 47 civilians had been killed in the conflict so far. On the 16th, the Armenian news agency quoted Hof hanniyan, a representative of the Asian Ministry of defense, as saying that in the morning of that day, after heavy shelling, the Azerbaijani side launched a large-scale attack in the north of the actual contact line of Naka. According to the report, from the evening of 15th to the morning of 16th, some villages in Naka region, including kashatag and hadrut, were shelled by the Algerian side. According to the report, 29 soldiers were killed in the day’s conflict, according to statistics from the military department in Naka. The Naka region is located in the southwest of Azerbaijan and its residents are mostly Armenian. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, a war broke out between Azerbaijan and Armenian over the ownership of the Naka region. In 1994, the two sides reached an agreement on a comprehensive cease-fire, but the two countries have been in a state of hostility over the Naka issue, and armed conflicts have occurred from time to time. On September 27 this year, a new round of conflict broke out between the two countries in the Naka region. Both sides accused the other party of violating the cease-fire agreement and launching the first military attack. In recent days, the conflict has caused casualties, including civilians.