On July 12, 2020, the Armenian forces launched an attack against Azerbaijan in violation of the existing international laws. The attack took place in the village of Tovuz with an effort to capture the strategically positioned lands. Although the attack was repelled in first 24 hours, four Azerbaijani soldiers lost their lives in the line of duty.
On July 13, 2020, in response to the attack, the Azerbaijani forces initiated a series of retaliatory attacks, which led to the destruction of the Armenian military equipment.
On July 14, 2020, Armenia launched more strikes against Azerbaijan, killing seven servicemen, including an Army General and Colonel. The Armenian strike also killed a 76-year-old civilian Aziz Azizov, a resident of Aghdam village.
Unfortunately, this incident is not an unprecedented one. Since 1990s, Armenia has consistently resorted to brutality and violence which led hundreds of innocent civilians lose their lives. Armenian troops keep ignoring the ceasefire agreement and continue to put the lives of civil people in danger, while Azerbaijan is, as always, ready to do anything to protect its people and territories.
Lastly, Azerbaijan would never engage in a fight outside of a conflict region (as you can see in the map), since that could lead to an involvement of The Collective Security Treaty Organization in that conflict.