On September 27, the West Asia region, which had been quiet for more than two months, renewed war, and the old enemies of Armenia and Azerbaijan fought again. So far, the conflict in the Naqa region is still going on fiercely. The two sides have not intended to cease fire at all, and more and more equipment is used and the level is getting higher and higher. The ammunition wreckage of the 300mm tornado long-range rocket has appeared on the battlefield on the 28th. If this continues, it is not surprising that the two sides will eventually use their own tactical ballistic missiles. What is more pessimistic is that the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan surrounding this region is almost insoluble, because neither side can abandon the Naka region, and neither government can bear this historical infamy. Coupled with the intervention of foreign countries such as Turkey and Russia, it is determined that no one on both sides can completely defeat the other, so it can only be fought for generations. Even if this conflict finally subsides, it will only be an intermission before the next conflict breaks out.