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YEREVAN. – Syrian mercenary Mihirab Muhammad Al Shkhair, a member of a terrorist group sent to Azerbaijan by Turkey, has been detained, informed the Prosecutor General's Office of Armenia.

During the ongoing hostilities in Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh), the latter’s Defense Army on Thursday detected Al Shkhair (born in 1975), a resident of Hama, Syria, a member of the 23rd Abu Hussein Brigade of the Abu Hamsheh group that was transferred to Azerbaijan via Turkey October 19 from a terrorist camp in northern Syria on.

And on Saturday, Mihirab Muhammad Al Shkhair was detained on suspicion of committing crimes under the Criminal Code of Armenia—and along the lines of the ongoing investigation of the criminal case into unleashing an aggressive war against Artsakh with the use of mercenaries recruited by the military-political leadership of Azerbaijan, committing an act of aggression, committing serious violations of international humanitarian law during an armed conflict, issuing a criminal order, and committing international terrorism.

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