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Azerbaijan transfers Hakob Injighulyan to a third country

  • by Ashot Safaryan

  • Friday, August 29, 19:54

 Azerbaijan has transferred Armenian military serviceman Hakob Injighulyan to a third country. This information has been confirmed by the Yerevan Office of the International Committee of the Red Cross.    

The ICRC was informed of the transfer of Injighulyan on August 26. The ICRC delegates visited Injighulyan before the transfer. The Armenian authorities and the family of the prisoner of war have also been informed of this.  

To recall, Hakob Injighulyan lost his bearings on the terrain and found himself on the territory controlled by the Azeri Armed Forces on 8 August 2013. Baku claims that Injighulyan has been transferred to the third country on the basis of his will.

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