“Who joined ISIS, a former Russian officer extradited from Turkey to Tajikistan

– To Tajikistan from Turkey extradited a Russian citizen, who fought in the middle East in the ranks of the terrorist group “Islamic state” (ISIS banned in Russia).

The interior Ministry of Tajikistan reports that a former employee of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation Denis Khisamov came to Syria on a false passport of the citizen of the Republic.

“A native of Krasnodar city, 34-year-old Denis Parisovich Khisamov has higher education, candidate of technical Sciences, a former employee of the Ministry of defence of the Russian Federation in the rank of captain. In may 2015 by forgery prepared the passport of the citizen of the Republic of Tajikistan, on the passport from Russia flew to Turkey, where he joined the ranks of ISIL,” – said on Monday “Interfax” the head of the press center of MIA of Tajikistan, Emomali Marconi.

According to him, “Khisamov took active participation in the conflict and the fighting in Iraq and Syria. In April 2017, while returning from Iraq and Syria was detained by police in Turkey with a fake passport of the Republic of Tajikistan. After this he was sent to Tajikistan”.

“During the interrogation, Khisamov reported to law enforcement in 1999 as an external student graduated from high school №48 and entered the Krasnodar higher military school named after them. General of the army S. M. Shtemenko, from which he graduated with a gold medal in 2004 with the entry on the hall of fame. After he was appointed chief of service of protection of state secrets 274 Scientific center of the defense Ministry. A year later, the Center was disbanded and Khisamov was transferred to the order management 8 8 Department of the General staff of the defense Ministry. Dolariv to the rank of captain, Khisamov in 2009, resigned from the defense Ministry on their own, after which he began his criminal activities,” – said the Agency interlocutor.

According to him, Khisamov had intended to return to Russia to commit a crime.

The investigation continues.

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