One Armenian soldier was killed and another injured this morning in an incident on the border between Armenia and the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan. Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported that it was told by the Armenian Defense Ministry's press service that the casualties were caused by Azerbaijani sniper fire. Azerbaijan's Defense Ministry denied the Armenian statement, calling it "disinformation."
source: commonspace.eu with RFE/RL and other media outlets.
First Vice-President Aliyeva noted that Azerbaijan is located at the crossroads between the civilizations of the East and West, and is one of the few countries that are a member of both the Council of Europe and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
The transfer of the body of Tatunashvili back to Georgian jurisdiction was facilitated by the International Committee of the Red Cross. It is now expected that the Georgian authorities will hold an autopsy on the body to ascertain the cause of death.