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Armenian soldier detained attempting sell power supply

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Valodya Sloyan, a soldier of Yezidi Kurdish origin serving in the Armenian Armed Forces in occupied Azerbaijani territories, has been detained for attempting to sell the power supply of an “Igla” man-portable surface-to-air missile which he stole.

Axar.az reports citing APA.

Having realized he was about to be captured, Valodya managed to damage the power supply in order to be able to claim that it malfunctioned and thus he was removing it for repair. However, he later admitted that he needed some money to fulfil tasks assigned by his commander and he, therefore, decided to sell the power supply.

The fact is under investigation in Khankendi.

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2017.08.02 / 19:44
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