Armenian man opens fire at Turkish embassy in Moscow

Armenian man opens fire at Turkish embassy in Moscow

PanARMENIAN.Net - An Armenian national opened fire with a rifle at the Turkish embassy in Moscow, Russia, on Monday, Aug 18 morning, Cihan news agency reported.

The man, identified as Arthur Mirzoyan, 43, is a company manager in Moscow.

No causalities or injuries have been reported in the attack.

The man shot at the signboard on the embassy building after parking his car in the street in the morning hours.

Mirzoyan refused to explain his motive for the attack, but police put emphasis on the recent tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan as a possible motive.

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