BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:40 P.M.) – The Artsakh Defense Army announced on Friday, the arrest of a Syrian citizen “who fought alongside Azerbaijan.”

The official media center, via its channel on Telegram, said: “The ADA units in Karabakh arrested another terrorist,” adding: “The initial questioning leaves no room for any doubt that there are terrorists on the Azerbaijani front.”

The statement indicated that the prisoner’s name, “the radical,” is “Muhrad Muhammad al-Khayr, of Syrian origin.”

Prior to this, Azerbaijan and Turkey both denied the presence of foreign mercenaries in their ranks and instead, accused Armenia of using foreign fighters.

On the other hand, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Oleg Seramolotov expressed the danger of the infiltration of mercenaries participating from Syria and Libya in the Karabakh battles to Russia.

The renewed military clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan began on September 27.

The Azerbaijani President, Ilham Aliyev, approved the imposition of a state of war in a number of cities and regions of the republic and the curfew, and announced a partial mobilization. Prior to this, the Armenian Cabinet declared a state of war and general mobilization in the country due to the events in Nagorno Karabakh.

 

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andreee wangggg
andreee wangggg
2020-11-07 05:13

Turkish interference is putting the whole region into a power keg,Hera o Russia Mr Putin, its gonna be very dangerous to allow this islamic fighters to go into and cross into your territory to spice up the fire with the muslims in Russia chechens and others they will sooner or later demand separation from Russia too. and then cross into the china north western territories to fight with the locals against the Hans Chinese and demand for independence from China rule and escalates the Caucasus region and Asia into a ball of fire eruption.Watch out this modern ottoman sultan by… Read more »