Azerbaijan’s anti-Armenian propaganda got into a mess once again.
Azeri media outlets revealed the name of the “Armenian soldier who crossed into the Azerbaijani territory together with the captured Hakob Injighulyan and then was blown up by a mine when he tried to escape.”
The second soldier’s name was Armenak Hakobyan, the Azerbaijan Press Agency (APA) said.
The absurd report about the second soldier was immediately refuted by Artsakh defense army spokesman Senor Hasratyan.
Actually, on the night of Aug 8, Injighulyan, born in 1991, failed to find his bearings on the ground and crossed into the Azeri-controlled territory.
Meanwhile, APA says that “after seeing that Azerbaijani shepherds caught Hakob Injighulyan, another soldier, Armenak Hakobyan, tried to escape but was blown up by a mine.”
Following the Azeri logic, two Armenian servicemen passed unnoticed by “dashing” Azerbaijani troops and one of them even managed to do it twice, as he “was blown up by a mine near the Armenian positions.”
Apparently, Azeri news agencies got finally lost in the lies they are spreading.