By Vugar Khalilov
The Azerbaijani State Border Service apprehended four
trespassers on different occasions at the state border in early
July, Azernews reports, citing the service.
The first incident was registered on July 1, at 1745 hours, in
the service area of the Horadiz border detachment's border post
near Beylagan region's Garadagli village. The border guard
discovered traces of a state border breach from Iran in the
direction of Azerbaijan.
The service area was blocked, the border strip and control
devices were examined, and human footprints were discovered. As a
result of the complex operational search measures with the
involvement of service dogs, Iranian citizen Siyavush Parvin (51),
who was hiding in the area, was detained.
The second incident occurred on July 1, at 0945, in the service
area of the border post of the Goytapa border detachment near
Yardimli's Avash village. An unidentified person violated the state
border from Iran in the direction of Azerbaijan.
The border duty was informed promptly, and the service area was
cordoned off. The border guard apprehended a border violator, an
Iranian citizen Mahmoud Javid Mohammadali (37) who disobeyed the
'stop' command while attempting to leave the area.
Another border breach took place on July 1, at 2225 hours, in
the Khudat border detachment's border post close to Khachmaz's
Khanoba village. An Iraqi citizen, Alkateenat Mustafa Hussein
Fadhil (26), who attempted to cross the state border from
Azerbaijan to Russia, was detained as a border violator.
The latest incident was recorded on July 1, at 1030 hours, when
an unknown person was detained by the border guard while violating
the state border from Georgia to Azerbaijan in the service area of
the Zagatala border detachment's border post near Balakan's Sharif
The detained person has been identified as Hasanov Kamil (31),
an Azerbaijani citizen, and a resident of Goychay region. During
the inquiry, it was discovered that he traveled to Georgia on June
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