Armenia publishes confessions of a second Syrian mercenary fighting in Karabakh...

Armenia publishes confessions of a second Syrian mercenary fighting in Karabakh...
Armenia publishes confessions of a second Syrian mercenary fighting in Karabakh...

Today, Sunday, the Armenian Ministry of Defense published a video of the confessions of a second Syrian mercenary fighting with the Azerbaijani forces in Nagorny Karabakh.

The Syrian fighter, Yusef al-Abed al-Hajji, said that he is from the village of Al-Ziyadiyah in Idlib Governorate, and he was born in 1988, and is married with 5 children.

He added that he was promised a monthly salary of up to $ 2,000, and a reward of $ 100 for every head of an “infidel.”

Last Friday, Armenia published the confessions of a Syrian mercenary called Mehrad Muhammad al-Khair, who fights in Nagorno Karabakh.

Al-Khair said that he arrived in Azerbaijan with 250 other fighters, via Turkey, on October 19.

He added that the Turks promised them a salary of $ 2,000, but he and his comrades got nothing.

He said he joined a fighting camp under the supervision of Turkish trainers before being sent to the Karabakh front.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated, on Wednesday, that Turkey sent a new batch of Syrian mercenaries to Azerbaijan, consisting of 300 mercenaries, bringing their total number to 2,350.

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