Battle of arpachai

Battle of Arpachai
Part of the Russo-Turkish War (1806–1812)
Date June 18, 1807
Location Akhurian River, Armenia
Result Russian victory[1]
Belligerents
Russia Russian Empire Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire
Commanders and leaders
Russia Ivan Gudovich Ottoman Empire Yusuf Pasha
Strength
7,000 soldiers 20,000 soldiers

The Battle of Arpachai was a battle on 18 June 1807 on the Akhurian River in Armenia during the Russo-Turkish War (1806–1812). It was fought between a 7,000-man Russian force under Count Gudovich and more than 20,000 Ottoman force under Yusuf Pasha. The offensive was repelled by Russian forces.

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